Data Analysis: Scientific Modeling and Practical Application by Vladimir Batagelj, Anuška Ferligoj (auth.), Professor Dr.

By Vladimir Batagelj, Anuška Ferligoj (auth.), Professor Dr. Wolfgang Gaul, Professor Dr. Otto Opitz, Professor Dr. Martin Schader (eds.)

"Data research" within the broadest experience is the final time period for a box of actions of ever-increasing value in a time known as the data age. It covers new parts with such fashionable labels as, e.g., information mining or net mining in addition to conventional instructions emphazising, e.g., class or wisdom association. major researchers in information research have contributed to this quantity and added papers on elements starting from medical modeling to functional software. they've got committed their most modern contributions to a ebook edited to honor a colleague and pal, Hans-Hermann Bock, who has been lively during this box for almost thirty years.

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This data set is a dassic 22 Gordon Table 2. Partition of the fats and oils data into three classes, together with the descriptions of the corresponding second order objects. Specific Freezing Iodine Sapon. 870] [22, 38] [40, 77] [190, 202] C, L, Lu, M, 0, P, S *Codes for objects: LS = linseed; P = perilla; CS = cotton seed; S = sesame; C = camelia; 0 = olive oil; T = beef tallow; L = lard. one that has frequently been used to illustrate methods of analysing symbolic data. chino and Yaguchi (1994), Gowda and Ravi (1996), de Carvalhao (1998) and EI-Sonbaty and Ismail (1998).

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