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DEPARTMENT OF

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

QUESTION BANK

VI SEMESTER

Regulation 2013

Prepared by

VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE

SRM Nagar, Kattankulathur 603 203.

QUESTION BANK

SEM / YEAR : VI-Third year

Data warehousing Components Building a Data warehouse - Mapping the Data

Warehouse to a Multiprocessor Architecture DBMS Schemas for Decision Support

Data Extraction, Cleanup, and Transformation Tools Metadata.

PART A

Q.N QUESTIONS COMPETEN LEVE

O CE L

1. How is data ware house different from a database? Identify the Remember BTL-1

similarity.

2. Differentiate metadata and data mart. Understand BTL-2

3. Analyze why one of the biggest challenges when designing a data Analyze BTL-4

ware house is the data placement and distribution strategy.

4. How would you evaluate the goals of data mining? Evaluate BTL-5

5. List the two ways the parallel execution of the tasks within SQL Remember BTL-1

statements can be done.

6. What elements would you use to relate the design of data warehouse? Apply BTL-3

9. What is Data warehousing? Explain the benefits of Data warehousing. Evaluate BTL-5

10. Why data transformation is essential in the process of Knowledge Remember BTL-1

discovery? Describe it.

11. Describe the alternate technologies used to improve the performance Understand BTL-2

in data warehouse environment?

12. Distinguish STARjoin and STARindex . Understand BTL-2

13. How would you show your understanding in Multidimensional data Apply BTL-3

model?

14. Formulate What conclusion can you draw in Bitmapped index. Create BTL-6

15. Explain Vendor solutions? Analyze BTL-4

16. Explain the features of Metadata repository in data warehousing? Analyze BTL-4

PART B

1 What is data warehouse? Give the Steps for design and construction of BTL-2

Data Warehouses and explain with three tier architecture diagram. Understand

preprocessing techniques:

(i) Data cleaning

(ii) Data Integration

(iii) Data transformation

(iv) Data reduction

3 (i).Draw the data warehouse architecture and explain its components. Analyze BTL-4

(ii).Explain the different types of OLAP tools.

4 (i).Describe in detail about Mapping the Data warehouse to a Remember BTL-1

multiprocessor architecture?

(ii).Describe in detail on data warehouse Metadata.

(ii).Analyze the information needed to support DBMS schemas for

Decision support.

6 (i).Discuss in detail about access tools types? understand BTL-2

ii) Describe the overall architecture of data warehouse?

7 i)Discuss in detail about Vendor approaches. Understand BTL-2

ii) Discuss in detail about access to legacy data.

8 i) Describe in detail about data extraction? Remember BTL-1

ii) Describe in detail about transformation tools?

9 (i).Suppose that a data warehouse consists of four dimensions Evaluate BTL-5

customer, product, salesperson and sales time, and the three measure

sales Amt(in rupees), VAT(in rupees) and payment_type(in rupees).

Draw the different classes of schemas that are popularly used for

modeling data warehouses and explain it.

(ii).How would you explain Metadata implementation with examples?

10 Describe in detail about i) Bitmapped indexing Remember BTL-1

ii)STARjoin and index.

11 (i).What is data Preprocessing? Explain the various data pre Analyze BTL-4

processing techniques.

(ii).Explain the basic methods for data cleaning.

12 (i).Describe the steps involved in Knowledge discovery in Remember BTL-1

databases(KDD).

(ii).Draw the diagram and Describe the architecture of data mining

system.

13 i)Demonstrate in detail about Data marts . Apply BTL-3

ii)Demonstrate data warehouse administration and management.

14 (i).Generalize the potential performance problems with star Create BTL-6

schema.

(ii).Design and discuss about the star and snowflake schema

models of a Data warehouse.

UNIT 2- BUSINESS ANALYSIS

Reporting and Query tools and Applications Tool Categories The Need for Applications

Cognos Impromptu Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) Need Multidimensional

Data Model OLAP Guidelines Multidimensional versus Multirelational OLAP

Categories of Tools OLAP Tools and the Internet.

PART A

1 Can you list the categories of tools. Remember BTL-1

2 How would you describe the basic functions used in reporting tools? Remember BTL-1

4 Define the various access types to the data stored in a data warehouse? Remember BTL-1

5 What would demonstrate the result if an organization uses a familiar Apply BTL-3

approach to build a query and reporting environment for the data

warehouse?

6 What is a reporting tool? Give examples for managed query tools. Understand BTL-2

9 Illustrate what changes would you make to solve the problem in Apply BTL-3

portability and supported platforms.

10 Discuss the need for OLAP. Understand BTL-2

11 How would you classify the ideas of multidimensional data model Apply BTL-3

with multirelational OLAP?

12 Which parameter and design choices determine the MOLAP? Create BTL-6

16 Generalize the function of OLAP tools in the internet. Create BTL-6

18 How would you explain the results for fusion components? Evaluate BTL-5

19 Describe the information needed to support the views of IBI FOCUS Remember BTL-1

fusion?

20 List out the key features in business applications using OLAP? Remember BTL-1

PART B

1 What is business analysis? List and discuss the basic features that are Remember BTL-

provided by reporting and query tools used for business analysis.

2 (i).Explain the feature of Cognous impromotu business analysis tool. Analyze BTL-4

(ii).Summarize the various OLAP operations in the Multidimensional

Data Model.

(iii).Explain the different types of OLAP servers?

4 i)How would you describe in detail about reporting query? Understand BTL-2

ii) Describe in detail about application of reporting query?

5 (i). Write about the multidimensional data model. Describe, how is it Remember BTL-1

used in data warehousing.

(ii). Describe in detail about tool categories in query tools.

6 (i).Examine how a client/server application can be constructed using Apply BTL-3

Power Builder painters.

(ii).Illustrate the three functional components offers to support the

life cycle of Forte.

7 (i). Describe the need for OLAP. Understand BTL-2

(ii).Discuss in detail about the OLAP guidelines.

8 (i). Diagrammatically illustrate and describe the architecture of Remember BTL-1

MOLAP and ROLAP.

(ii). Identify the Major difference between MOLAP and ROLAP.

9 Describe in detail about Remember BTL-1

(i).Managed query Environment(MQE)

(ii). State of the Market.

10 i). Discuss in detail about the OLAP tools. Understand BTL-2

ii) Discuss in detail about application in the internet?

11. Explain in detail about the need for the architectural styles,trends and Analyze BTL-4

major players of OLAP.

12 Examine the relevant examples discuss multidimensional online Apply BTL-3

analytical processing and multi relational online analytical processing.

(i). Pilot software

(ii). Arbor Essbase web.

14 Explain in detail about the FOCUS fusion components. Analyze BTL-4

Introduction Data Types of Data Data Mining Functionalities Interestingness of

Patterns Classification of Data Mining Systems Data Mining Task Primitives

Integration of a Data Mining System with a Data Warehouse Issues Data Preprocessing.

PART A

1 Define Data mining? List out the steps in data mining? Remember BTL-1

2 List the steps involved in the process of KDD. How does it relate to Remember BTL-1

data mining.

3 List the ways in which interesting patterns should be mined? Remember BTL-1

9 List the primitives that specify a data mining task. Remember BTL-1

11 Are all patterns generated are interesting and useful? Give reasons to Understand BTL-2

justify.

12 Classify different types of reductions. Apply BTL-3

14 Explain the principle elements of missing values in data cleaning? Analyze BTL-4

17 Show how the attribute selection set is important in data reduction. Apply BTL-3

{15,27,62,35,39,50,44,44,22,98} Do preprocessing using smoothing

by bin means and bin boundary to smooth the data, using a bin of

depth 3.Evaluate it.

19 Formulate the ideas in correlation analysis. Create BTL-6

20 Define an efficient procedure for cleaning the noisy data? Remember BTL-1

PART B

1 i) Demonstrate in detail about data mining steps in the process of Apply BTL-3

knowledge discovery?

ii) List the application area of data mining?

2 Explain in detail about the Master Data Evaluate BTL-5

Management.

3 Create BTL-6

(i).What is interestingness of a pattern? What approach would you

designed to mine interestingness of patterns?

(ii). Design and discuss in detail about integration of data mining

system with a data warehouse?

4 (i).Discuss whether or not each of the following activities is a data Understand BTL-2

mining task.

1. Credit card fraud detection using transaction records.

2. Dividing the customers of a company according to their gender.

3. Computing the total sales of a company

4. Predicting the future stock price of a company using historical

records.

5. Monitoring seismic waves for earthquake activities.

illustrations.

5 (i).State and Explain the various classification of data mining Analyze BTL-4

systems with example?

(ii). Explain the various data mining functionalities in detail.

6 Suppose that the data for analysis include the attributed age.The age Apply BTL-3

values for the data tuples are

13,15,16,19,20,20,21,22,22,25,25,25,25,30,33,33,35,35,35,35,

36,40,45,46,52,70.

(i).use smoothing by bin means to smooth the above data using a bin

depth of 3. Illustrate your steps.

(ii). Classify the various methods for data smoothing.

(ii). Sketch the various phases of data mining and explain the

different steps involved in preprocessing with their significance

before mining, Give an example for each process.

8 i)Describe in detail about the issues of data mining Remember BTL-1

ii) Describe in detail about the applications of data mining?

9 i)Describe in detail about data integrity preprocessing Remember BTL-1

ii) Describe in detail about reduction in data preprocessing?

10 i)Describe in detail about various data transformation techniques Remember BTL-1

ii)Describe in detail about and discretization techniques?

11 List and explain the primitives for specifying a data mining task. Remember BTL-1

12 (i). How data mining system can be classified? discuss it. Understand BTL-2

(ii).Give the architecture of a typical data mining system.

13 Explain the following schemes used for integration of a data mining Analyze BTL-4

system with a database or data warehouse system.

(i). No coupling

(ii). Loose coupling

(iii). Semi tight coupling

(iv). Tight coupling

14. Using Equi-depth binning method, partition the data given below into Analyze BTL-4

4 bins and perform smoothing according to the following methods.

1. Smoothing by bin means

2. Smoothing by bin median

3. Smoothing by bin boundaries

24,25,26,27,28,56,67,70,70,75,78,89,89,90,91,94,95,96,100,102,103,

107,109,112.

(ii).What motivated data mining? Why is it important?

(iii).Explain the evaluation of database technology.

various Kinds of Association Rules Correlation Analysis Constraint Based Association

Mining Classification and Prediction - Basic Concepts - Decision Tree Induction -

Bayesian Classification Rule Based Classification Classification by Back propagation

Support Vector Machines Associative Classification Lazy Learners Other

Classification Methods Prediction.

PART A

1 Define correlation and market basket analysis. Remember BTL-1

2 Formulate the principle frequent itemset and closed itemset. Create BTL-6

3 How would you explain the principle of Apriori algorithm? Evaluate BTL-5

How can the efficiency of an Apriori algorithm be improved?

4 Define Data pruning? State the need for pruning phase in Remember BTL-1

decision tree construction.

5 Compare the advantages of FP growth algorithm over apriori Analyze BTL-4

algorithm.

6 Explain how will you generate association rules from Analyze BTL-4

frequent itemsets?

7 What is nave Bayesian classification? How is it differing Analyze BTL-4

from Bayesian classification?

8 Discuss association rule mining .list the two interesting Understand BTL-2

measures of an association rule.

9 Describe the uses of multilevel mining with reduced Understand BTL-2

support?

10 Discuss the features of Decision tree induction. Understand BTL-2

11 How would you evaluate attribute selection measures? Evaluate BTL-5

15 How would you show your understanding about pessimistic Apply BTL-3

pruning?

16 Discuss decision tree induction? Understand BTL-2

17 What inference can you formulate with Bayes theorem? Create BTL-6

PART B

1 (i).Compare Classification and Prediction. Analyze BTL-4

(ii). Explain the issues regarding classification and prediction.

(iii).Write and explain the algorithm for mining frequent item

sets without candidate generation.

2 i)How would you summarize in detail about mining methods? Understand BTL-2

ii)Summarize in detail about various kinds of association rules

3 Describe in detail about what you learned to develop constraint Remember BTL-1

and correlation based association mining?

4 (i).Develop an algorithm for classification using decision trees. Apply BTL-3

Illustrate the algorithm with a relevant example.

(ii).What approach would you use to apply decision tree

induction?

5 (i).What is Classification? What are the features of Bayesian Evaluate BTL-5

classification explain in detail with an example.

perform classification.

6 (i). Giving concrete example , explain a method that performs Understand BTL-2

frequent item set mining by using the prior knowledge of

frequent item set properties.

7 (i).Examine in detail about Lazy learners with examples? Remember BTL-1

association rules from transactional databases.

8 (i).Describe in detail about frequent pattern classification? Understand BTL-2

how frequent itemsets are generated from FP-Tree.

9 Consider a home finance loan to predict the housing loan Apply BTL-3

payment. Design a general hierarchical a structure and analyze

the factors using rule discovery techniques to accurately predict

the number of loan payments in a given quarter/year. Loan is

availed for a period of 20 to 25 years, but an average life span

of the loan exists for only 7 to 10 years due to payment.

Make necessary assumptions: Maintenance record of the

customer details and details of the prevailing interest rates,

borrower characteristics, account dare, fine tune loan

prepayment such as interest rates and fees in order to maximize

the profits of the company. Elaborately discuss the association

rule mining issues. Also Examine on the multi level

association rules and find if you could relate any relation on

from the above application.

10 i)Generalize the Bayes theorem of posterior probability and Create BTL-6

explain the working of a Bayesian classifier with an example.

11. Explain and Apply the Apriori algorithm for discovering Analyze BTL-4

frequent item sets of the table.

Trans ID Items Purchased

101 Milk,bread,eggs

102 Milk,juice

103 Juice,butter

104 Milk,bread,eggs

105 Coffee,eggs

106 Coffee

107 Coffee,Juice

108 Milk,bread,cookies,eggs

109 Cookies,butter

110 Milk,bread

Use 0.3 for the minimum support value. Illustrate each step of

the Apriori Algorithm.

12. (i).Define classification? With an example explain how support Remember BTL-1

vector machines can be used for classification.

mining systems?

13. (i). Explain the algorithm for constructing a decision tree from Analyze BTL-4

training samples.

(ii). Write Bayes theorem.

14. 1.Describe in detail about the following Classification methods Remember BTL-1

(i). Bayesian classification

(ii). Fuzzy set approach

(iii). Genetic algorithms.

UNIT 5- CLUSTERING AND TRENDS IN DATA MINING

Cluster Analysis - Types of Data Categorization of Major Clustering Methods K-

meansPartitioning Methods Hierarchical Methods - Density-Based Methods Grid

Based Methods Model-Based Clustering Methods Clustering High Dimensional Data -

Constraint Based ClusterAnalysis Outlier Analysis Data Mining Applications.

PART A

1 Identify what changes would you make to solve the problem in Remember BTL-1

cluster analysis.

2 Define K-means partitioning? Remember BTL-1

3 What is a STING? List the approaches in grid based methods? Remember BTL-1

6 How do you explain the extrinsic and intrinsic methods? Evaluate BTL-5

8 How would you classify the difference between bicluster and Apply BTL-3

spectral clustering?

9 What the services are provided by clustering graph and network Apply BTL-3

data. Classify it.

10 Formulate the role of application and challenges in Create BTL-6

clustering.

11 Organize the design goals of graph clustering methods. Create BTL-6

PART B

1 (i).Based on what you know how will you explain cluster Analyze BTL-4

analysis

(ii).Analze the Requirements of clustering in Data Mining.

2 (i).Describe in detail about categorization of major clustering Remember BTL-1

methods?

(ii).List oput the General applications of Clustering.

3 What is clustering? Describe in detail about the features of K- Remember BTL-1

means partioning method?

4 i) Explain in detail about hierarchical based method? Analyze BTL-4

ii)Explain in detail about density based methods?

5 i)What is grid based clustering? With an example explain an Remember BTL-1

algorithm for grid based clustering.

ii) Examine in detail about proximity based approach?

6 (i).Demonstrate in detail about model based clustering Apply BTL-3

methods.

(ii).Illustrate the topic on

1. CLIQUE

2. DBSCAN

7 (i).Demonstrate on clustering high dimensional data? Apply BTL-3

following coordinates as a two dimensional sample for

clustering:

X 1 = (0,2.5); X 2 = (0,0); X 3 = (1.5,0); X 4 = (5,0); X 5 = (5,2)

Illustrate the K-means partitioning algorithm using the above

data set.

8 i)How would you discuss the outlier analysis . Understand BTL-2

ii)Discuss in detail about the various detection techniques in

outlier.

9 (i).Will you explain in detail about data mining applications. Evaluate BTL-5

(ii). With relevant examples summarize in detail about

constraint based cluster analysis.

10 Design statistical approaches in outlier detection with neat Create BTL-6

design and with examples.

(i). Discuss the various clustering method in Datamining. Understand BTL-2

11 (ii).Describe the working of PAM (Partioning Around

Medoids) algorithm with suitable example.

(i). Disucss in detail about the different types of data in cluster Understand BTL-2

12. analysis.

(ii). Discuss the following clustering algorithm using examples.

1. K.means

2. K-medoid.

13. (i). Write the Comparison between CLARA and CLARANS. Analyze BTL-4

(ii).Discuss the use of Outlier analysis.

14 What is outlier mining important? Briefly describe the Remember BTL-1

different approaches behind statistical based outlier detection,

distance based outlier detection and deviation based outlier

detection.

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