CSE347/447: Data Mining (Spring 2015)

InstructorProf. Brian D. Davison
Time/Location Tue/Thu 10:45am-noon in WH 303
Catalog Description Overview of modern data mining techniques: data cleaning; attribute and subset selection; model construction, evaluation and application. Fundamental mathematics and algorithms for decision trees, covering algorithms, association mining, statistical modeling, linear models, neural networks, instance-based learning and clustering covered. Practical design, implementation, application, and evaluation of data mining techniques in class projects.
Prerequisites CSE 17 and either MATH 231 or ECO 045 (the latter of which can be taken concurrently) or CSE graduate status
Recommended One or more courses in databases, data science, or numerical analysis.
Useful Links CourseSite, Piazza

This page is http://www.cse.lehigh.edu/~brian/course/datamining/
Last revised: 17 January 2015.