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March 2014 Volume.1 Issue.1
A Study on Multidatabase Mining Using Local Pattern Analysis
International Journal of Advanced Computing and Communication Systems (IJACCS)
© 2014 by IJACCS Journal
Volume - 1, Issue - 1
Year of Publication: March 2014
Author's: R.Suganthi, Dr.P.Kamalakannan Paper ID: IJCA116
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R.Suganthi, Dr.P.Kamalakannan. A Study on Multidatabase Mining Using Local Pattern Analysis. International Journal of Advanced Computing and Communication Systems (IJACCS). Volume.1 Issue.1 March 2014.
Multi database mining plays vital role in data mining community. The main objective of this Multi database mining (MDM) is to analyze the huge amount of data in multi databases and retrieve the useful patterns which is essential for global decision making(Head Quarter).It can accomplish in 2 ways namely (i)mono database (ii)Local pattern analysis. Due to some limitations of mono database like communication cost, ruin the useful patterns in centralized database, Local pattern analysis has to be considered for mining multiple data sources.
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