Özdemir, Abdulkadir; Kaçtioğlu, Sibkat
June 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2007, Vol. 11 Issue 32, p309
Academic Journal
The technological development has increased the importance of the productivity and competition. Various data and information are collected for the applications of various companies to increase their productivity and success. But this collected data have become more difficult to transform into useful knowledge. There are a lot of studies on the technological tools and software techniques to overcome these problems. One of them is data mining in databases. In this study, knowledge discovery in database is described. Finally, data mining is applied to discovery unknown knowledge from the data which was collected in a MIS application.


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