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Intelligent information management and knowledge discovery in large numeric and scientific databases

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3 Author(s)
Patrick Perrin ; Center for Intelligent and Knowledge-Based Systems Computer Science Department, Tulane University, New Orleans LA ; Frederick E. Petry ; William Thomason

The present article outlines progress made in designing an intelligent information system for automatic management and knowledge discovery in large numeric and scientific databases, with a validating application to the CAST-NEONS environmental databases used for ocean modeling and prediction. We describe a discovery-learning process (Automatic Data Analysis System) which combines the features of two machine learning techniques to generate sets of production rules that efficiently describe the observational raw data contained in the database. Data clustering allows the system to classify the raw data into meaningful conceptual clusters, which the system learns by induction to build decision trees, from which are automatically deduced the production rules.

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Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 2 )