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Topic(s) Unit
No.of
Hours
Require
d
Books Remarks
UNIT I- DT !R"H#USIN$
1 Introduction to Data warehouse
I
1 T-1
2 Data warehousing Components 1 T-1
3
Building a Data warehouse- Business and
Design Considerations
1 T-1
4
Building a Data warehouse- Technical and
Implementation Considerations
1
T-1
5
Mapping the Data Warehouse to a
Multiprocessor rchitecture
1 T-1
!
DBM" "chemas #or Decision "upport- "tar
"chema
1
T-1
$
DBM" "chemas #or Decision "upport- "tar
%oin and "tarinde&
1
T-1
' Data (&traction) Cleanup 1 T-1
* Trans#ormation Tools 1 T-1
1+ Metadata 1 T-1
UNIT II- BUSIN"SS N%&SIS
11 ,eporting and -uer. tools and pplications
II
1 T-1
12 Tool Categories 1 T-1
13 The /eed #or pplications 1 T-1
14 Cognos Impromptu 1 T-1
15
0nline nal.tical 1rocessing 20314-
/eed- Multidimensional Data Model
1 T-1
1!
0nline nal.tical 1rocessing 20314-
031 5uidelines 6 Multidimensional
7ersus Multirelational 031
1 T-1
1$
0nline nal.tical 1rocessing 20314-
Categories o# Tools
1 T-1
1'
0nline nal.tical 1rocessing 2031-
031 Tools and the Internet
1 T-1
UNIT III- DT 'ININ$
1*
Introduction to data Mining- Data6 T.pes o#
Data
III

1 T-2
2+ Data Mining 8unctionalities 1 T-2
21 Interestingness o# patterns 1 T-2
22 Classi#ication o# Data Mining ".stems 1 T-2
23 Data Mining Tas9 1rimiti7es T-2
24
Integration o# a Data Mining ".stem with a
Data Warehouse
T-2
25 Issues T-2
2! Data 1reprocessing T-2
UNIT I(- SS#)ITI#N RU%" 'ININ$ ND )%SSI*I)TI#N
2$ Mining 8re:uent 1atterns I( 1 T-2
2' ssociations and Correlations 1 T-2
2* Mining Methods 6 Mining ;arious <inds o#
ssociation ,ules
1 T-2
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No.of
Hours
Require
d
Books Remarks
UNIT I- DT !R"H#USIN$
3+
Correlation nal.sis 6 Constraint Based
ssociation Mining
1 T-2
31 Classi#ication and 1rediction 1 T-2
32 Basic Concepts - Decision Tree Induction 1 T-2
33
Ba.esian Classi#ication 6 ,ule Based
Classi#ication
1 T-2
34
Classi#ication =. Bac9 propagation 6
"upport ;ector Machines
1 T-2
35 ssociati7e Classi#ication T-2
3! 3a>. 3earners T-2
3$
0ther Classi#ication methods - 1rediction
T-2
UNIT (- )%UST"RIN$ ND ++%I)TI#NS ND TR"NDS IN DT 'ININ$
3'
Cluster nal.sis - T.pes o# Data 6
Categori>ation o# Ma%or Clustering Methods
(
T-2
3* < means 6 1artitioning Methods T-2
4+
?ierarchical Methods - Densit.-Based
Methods
T-2
41
5rid Based Methods 6 Model-Based
Clustering Methods
T-2
42
Clustering ?igh Dimensional Data-
Constraint 6 Based Cluster nal.sis
T-2
43 0utlier nal.sis T-2
44
Data Mining applications in #inancial data
anal.sis and retail industr.
T-2
45
Data Mining applications in
telecommunication) =iological sciences and
intrusion detection
T-2
T",T B##-
1@ le& Berson and "tephen A@ "mith) B Data Warehousing) Data Mining C 031D) Tata
Mc5raw 6 ?ill (dition) Tenth ,eprint 2++$@
2@ Aiawei ?an and Micheline <am=er) BData Mining Concepts and Techni:uesD) "econd
(dition) (lse7ier) 2++$@
R"*"R"N)"S
1@ 1ang-/ing Tan) Michael "tein=ach and ;ipin <umar) B Introduction To Data MiningD)
1erson (ducation) 2++$@
2@ <@1@ "oman) "h.am Diwa9ar and ;@ %a. B) Insight into Data mining Theor. and
1racticeD) (aster (conom. (dition) 1rentice ?all o# India) 2++!@
3@ 5@ <@ 5upta) B Introduction to Data Mining with Case "tudiesD) (aster (conom.
(dition) 1rentice ?all o# India) 2++!@
4@ Daniel T@3arose) BData Mining Methods and ModelsD) Wile-Interscience) 2++!
Si.nature of *acult/ Si.nature of H#D