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David Walling
The Theory and Practice of Secure Data Mining
12/21/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1219 Words

In data mining , the problem of contextual meaning is lessened when data is structured as it is in a database , where the meaning of a value is implied by its location. Grammar isn't required with a structure like this. The meaning...

Sandeep Walia
Data Mining: Customer Data Knocking at Your Door
05/07/07 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1191 Words

That's where data mining comes in. Even before this recent explosion of information, IT solutions targeting various industries and marketing under the term "data mining" have already gone through the hype phase with disappointing results. For example: traditional retail -- including food centers looking...

Kelly Shermach
Data Mining: Where Legality and Ethics Rarely Meet
08/25/06 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1014 Words

A Question of Ethics
However, news of data breaches and instances of mortgage applicants being categorized as "risky" after the merging of inaccurate credit bureau data with commercial demographic profiles has begun to make consumers aware of the long and intimate practice of data mining ...

Keith Regan
Data Mining for E-Tail Gold
04/20/07 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1063 Words

Thanks to a proliferation of easy-to-use and affordable -- even free -- analytics programs, a growing number of merchants are using data mining feedback.

Merchants are utilizing the information to tweak their advertising spending, to adjust how they present merchandise for sale and...

Clare Saliba
U.S. Sues Three Data-Mining Tech Firms
04/19/01 5:39 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 554 Words

In an effort to crack down on data-mining firms that obtain personal information from consumers through fraud , the U.S. Federal...

Gene J. Koprowski
FBI Plans To Track Suspects with Data-Mining Techniques
03/17/04 11:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 720 Words

Getner said private-sector firms -- such as credit card companies -- have learned that data mining is a complicated, long-term project that requires a lot of hypothesizing and testing.

Too 'Theoretical' for Police Work

"The advantage that private...

Louis Columbus
Blog Mining Gets Real
06/03/05 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1171 Words

In watching this area for some time, the intersection of text mining, data mining , linguistic analysis , statistical analysis , and latent semantic indexing techniques (Google uses latent semantic indexing for example in indexing web pages) on the one hand and the...

Corinne S. Bernstein
SAS Enterprise Miner and Text Miner
12/10/02 10:12 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 495 Words

The need for data mining continues to grow. "Over the last decade, the proliferation of data has been massive," Thompson told CRM Buyer Magazine, "particularly in such industries as telecommunications , financial services and pharmaceuticals. Without data mining to make inferences into the...

Olivier Jouve and Colin Shearer
Text Mining: The Power of Words
12/15/06 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1030 Words

The composite data is then fed through the same predictive modeling algorithms used for traditional data mining , creating accurate models of which customers are high value and which are about to defect. Once these models are deployed, they can provide real-time on-screen...

Andrew K. Burger
Putting the Business Intelligence Puzzle Together, Part 2
02/06/07 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1183 Words

... of all types are increasingly turning to business intelligence (BI) applications -- a combination of data mining, statistical, and numerical analysis and data visualization -- to better manage and make sense of the ever-growing amounts of data they are collecting. Continuing the...

Colin Shearer
One-to-One CRM with Predictive Analytics
08/31/04 6:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 839 Words

Data mining, text mining and predictive Web analytics are three examples of predictive analytic techniques, and are described below:

Data mining is used to uncover patterns and relationships hidden in large data sets, patterns that ordinary analytic methods miss.


Peter Suciu
ESEA Users' Systems Plundered in Bitcoin Mining Scam
05/02/13 3:22 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 837 Words

"Trust is a big issue with Bitcoins," said Eric Bradlow, professor of marketing, statistics, and education at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania . "Reverse data mining where people can infer who you are and your demographics from your behavior is...

Colin Shearer
Analytics 101: Getting to Know Customers, One-by-One
08/24/04 7:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 939 Words

Data mining discovers the meaningful patterns and relationships in data and provides decision-making information about the future. Data mining procedures include: association, looking for patterns where one event is connected to another event; sequence or path analysis, looking for patterns where one event...

Andrew K. Burger
Putting the Business Intelligence Puzzle Together, Part 1
01/30/07 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 972 Words

BI Coming Up Fast
Combining data mining , statistical and numerical analysis and data visualization, the use of business intelligence (BI) applications is, as a result, spreading fast.

What is differentiating competitors in the field is the BI application's ability...

Catherine van Zuylen
Mining the World's Data for What You Need
08/30/06 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1103 Words

Improved Data
Before you can analyze information for data mining , you have to be able to access it. Years after the promise of portals, corporate and government information is still trapped in silos. Search engines can get you to the...

Helen Gallagher
Why Customers Are Still Angry
05/20/04 5:49 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1126 Words

CRM software revenues are expected to reach US$30 billion in the next several years, according to research firm Cahners In-Stat....

Gene J. Koprowski
Neural-Network Technology Moves into the Mainstream
08/07/03 11:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1137 Words

... data mining -- powered by neural-network technology -- has begun to remake the way large corporations manage customer accounts. The technology has been helping companies gain deep insight into customer purchasing patterns. While the technology is just now beginning to gain appeal, research...

Vikas Nehru
Dialing Up CRM: Harnessing the Power of Voice
10/30/18 11:48 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1284 Words

A significant number of contact centers will move to the cloud to be more agile and support the shift from contact center to customer action center. Data mining and speech analytics will unlock valuable "dark data" for improved customer experience. Virtual assistant technology will...

Peter Suciu
Raytheon May Know Where You've Been - and Where You're Going
02/11/13 3:55 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 822 Words

Data Mining
What may make this technology unique isn't that it is data mining, as that isn't itself new -- but the sources perhaps are.

The software draws upon data from Foursquare, Facebook and Twitter , "because that is what...

Keith Regan
Yahoo Signals Intention to Invest in Social Search Research
07/25/06 1:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 606 Words

... its intention to refine its social networking tools and leverage them in its search war with Google and others, Yahoo said Tuesday it had hired a well-known data mining expert to focus on ways to improve social search. Yahoo said it hired Dr.

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