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1. DATA WAREHOUSING

1. DATA WAREHOUSING

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Clustering is a useful technique for discovery of data distribution and patterns in the underlying data. The goal of clustering is to discover dense and sparse regions in a data set. Data clustering has been studied in the statistics, machine learning, and database communities with diverse emphases. There are two main types of clustering techniques partitional clustering techniques and hierarchical clustering techniques. The partitional clustering techniques construct a partition of the database into predefined number of clusters. The hierarchical clustering techniques do a sequence of partitions in which each partition is nested into next partition in the sequence.
Clustering is a useful technique for discovery of data distribution and patterns in the underlying data. The goal of clustering is to discover dense and sparse regions in a data set. Data clustering has been studied in the statistics, machine learning, and database communities with diverse emphases. There are two main types of clustering techniques partitional clustering techniques and hierarchical clustering techniques. The partitional clustering techniques construct a partition of the database into predefined number of clusters. The hierarchical clustering techniques do a sequence of partitions in which each partition is nested into next partition in the sequence.

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TOPIC: DATA WAREHOUSING & DATA MINING
Paper PresentationByD.C.HARISH
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B.PRAVEEN
[II - B.Tech, Computer Science & Engineering]CONTACT
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H.O.D OF C.S.E,Chadalawada Ramanamma Engineering College,Chadalawada Nagar,Renigunta Road,Tirupati – 517 501.Cell:
 
9347396580.ADDRESS: D.C.HARISH,DOOR NO:-5/519,M. G .STREET,SRIKALAHASTHI-517644.e mail: - Harish_skht@yahoo.co.inPraveen_crec2000@yahoo.com
 
INDEX1.DATA WAREHOUSING: *What is data warehouse? *Characteristics of data warehouse.*Content of data warehouse database. 2. DATA MINING: *What is data mining? *Major elements of data mining. *Different levels of analysis. *Applications of data mining. 3. CONCLUSION: 4. BIBILOGRAPHY 
 
DATA WAREHOUSING & DATA MINING1. ABSTRACT:
In the present competitive world, many companies are trying and feelingdifficulty to store and retrieve the databases. The present business needs are to create,stores and provides the data. For example an e-supermarket has to maintain the recordsof goods, goods sold balance items, customer ID etc., to meet the needs, a powerfulsystem has evolved namely “data warehouse”.Data warehouse stores very large amounts of data basements the data stored indata warehouses will be usually in the form of tables.Data mining refers to the concrete analysis and refinement of databases storedin data warehouses. A data mining procedure will receive the cleared data for further  processing.Data mining is a process of extracting meaningful patterns and leverages them toenhance business using specialized software tools. Data mining’s has sparked an interestin applying such analysis techniques to various scientific and engineering fields such as biology, medicine, fluid dynamics, astronomy, ecosystem modeling and structuralmechanics.
DATA WAREHOUSING1.1 What is a data Warehouse?
Warehouse data in needs simple terms, is the collection of information to managethe business needs. A data warehouse is used to refer to a database that contains verylarge stores of historical data. The data is stored as a serious of snap shops, in which eachrecord represents data at a specific time. As many organizations have developed theconcepts of a data warehouse there is no common definition for it.

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