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CSCI 3346 Data Mining (Fall/Spring: 3 )


Course Description

This course provides an overview of the field of knowledge discovery and data mining, which deals with the semi-automated analysis of large collections of data that arise in contexts ranging from medical informatics and bioinformatics to e-commerce and security. The goal of data mining is to discover patterns in data that are informative and useful. The course will cover fundamental data mining tasks, relevant concepts and techniques from machine learning and statistics, and data mining applications to real-world domains such as e-mail filtering, gene expression, analysis of biomedical signals, and fraud detection.


Instructor(s): Sergio Alvarez

Prerequisites: CSCI1101 or equivalent is required. CSCI1102 and either CSCI2244 or MATH2245 are recommended.

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Last Updated: 02-Apr-14