Current State of Data MiningReport
This report is a compendium of results uncovered in CS 851, spring semester 2002. Our goal is to provide direction to other graduate students who want to explore the fascinating field of "data mining." Be aware that this represents the topics and the papers that we found most interesting. We made no attempt to be either `fair' or to be `comprehensive' as in a Computing Reviews article. Instead we tried to pick just one or two references in each of our interest areas that were both relatively recent and, in our opinion, worth reading. Their bibliographies can direct a reader to other sources.
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Drewry, Darren, Lin Gu, A Hocking, KyoungDon Kang, Robert Schutt, Christopher Taylor, and John Pfaltz. "Current State of Data Mining." University of Virginia Dept. of Computer Science Tech Report (2002).
University of Virginia, Department of Computer Science