Data Mining and Machine Learning

Data mining is an area that has taken much of its inspiration and techniques from machine learning (and some, also, from statistics), but is put to different ends. Data mining is carried out by a person, in a specific situation, on a particular data set, with a goal in mind. Typically, this person wants to leverage the power of the various pattern recognition techniques that have been developed in machine learning. Quite often, the data set is massive, complicated, and/or may have special problems (such as there are more variables than observations). Usually, the goal is either to discover / generate some preliminary insights in an area where there really was little knowledge beforehand, or to be able to predict future observations accurately.

  • Machine learning and statistics
  • Machine learning tools and techniques
  • Bayesian networks
  • Fielded applications
  • Generalization as search

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