The Research of Distributed Data Mining Knowledge Discovery Based on Extension Sets

October 2010
International Journal of Computer Applications;Oct2010, Vol. 8, p12
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the importance of distributed data mining knowledge to researchers in Pradesh, India. It says that this method is vital to them because it helps them discover and generate new knowledge from large databases. Moreover, it furnishes methods in obtaining distributed data mining knowledge discovery through extension sets.


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