Through a process called “Data Mining,” computers may learn to act like people. When it comes to activities that would typically need human intellect, such visual perception, voice recognition, decision making, and language translation, Data Mining is the theory and development of computer systems. Although the concept of data mining dates back to the 19th century, it has only been in the last two decades that this interdisciplinary field has seen significant growth thanks to the efforts of scientists and researchers from fields as diverse as mathematics, computers, medicine, philosophy, psychology, mechanics, linguistics, etc.
This Data Mining textbook is written for students at all levels (undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate) of education, with the goal of providing them with a firm foundation in a field that is poised to become more important in the field of computer science and related research. Data Mining courses are offered in a wide variety of universities and technical colleges in India and elsewhere, and this book was prepared with such institutions in mind. This book may be used in two ways: first, as a textbook for a semester test and foundational knowledge; second, as study material for computer professionals interested in learning more about Data Mining.
The book was prepared with the aid of several reliable sources, and great care was taken to provide examples for each idea wherever available. In order to further explain and illustrate the concepts and strategies discussed, this book includes several algorithms. The language chosen in the book is extremely easy to grasp and of a very basic level to guarantee that any learner may gain the most potential information from the book.