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Introduction to Data Mining

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Data MiningSession 1 –Main ThemeIntroduction to Data MiningDr. Jean-Claude Franchitti
New York University Computer Science Department Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
 Adapted from course textbook resourcesData Mining Concepts and Techniques (2 
nd 
Edition)Jiawei Han and Micheline Kamber 
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Introduction to Data Mining
 
Introduction to Data Mining
Agenda
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Instructor and Course Introduction
 
Instructor and Course Introduction
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Summary and Conclusion
 
Summary and Conclusion
 
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-Profile -
27 years of experience in the Information Technology Industry, including thirteen years of experienceworking for leading IT consulting firms such as Computer Sciences Corporation
PhD in Computer Science from University of Colorado at Boulder 
Past CEO and CTO
Held senior management and technical leadership roles in many large IT Strategy and Modernizationprojects for fortune 500 corporations in the insurance, banking,investment banking, pharmaceutical, retail,and information management industries
Contributed to several high-profile ARPA and NSF research projects
Played an active role as a member of the OMG, ODMG, and X3H2 standards committees and as aProfessor of Computer Science at Columbia initially and New YorkUniversity since 1997
Proven record of delivering business solutions on time and on budget
Original designer and developer of jcrew.com and the suite of products now known as IBM InfoSphereDataStage
Creator of the Enterprise Architecture Management Framework (EAMF) and main contributor to the creationof various maturity assessment methodology
Developed partnerships between several companies and New York University to incubate newmethodologies (e.g., EA maturity assessment methodology developed in Fall 2008), develop proof of concept software, recruit skilled graduates, and increase the companies’visibility
Who am I?
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How to reach me?
Cell(212) 203-5004Emailjcf@cs.nyu.eduAIM, Y! IM, ICQjcf2_2003MSN IMjcf2_2003@yahoo.comLinkedInhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/jcfranchittiTwitterhttp://twitter.com/jcfranchittiSkypejcf2_2003@yahoo.com
Come on…what elsedid you expect?Woo hoo…find the wordof the day…
 
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What is the class about?
Course description and syllabus:
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http://www.nyu.edu/classes/jcf/g22.3033-002/
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http://www.cs.nyu.edu/courses/spring10/G22.3033-002/index.html
Textbooks:
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Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques (2 
nd 
Edition)
Jiawei Han, Micheline Kamber Morgan KaufmannISBN-10: 1-55860-901-6, ISBN-13: 978-1-55860-901-3, (2006)
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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services Step by Step
Scott CameronMicrosoft PressISBN-10: 0-73562-620-0, ISBN-13: 978-0-73562-620-31 1st Edition (04/15/09)
 
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Common RealizationInformationKnowledge/Competency PatternGovernanceAlignmentSolution Approach

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