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Knowledge discovery and data mining tools are gaining increasing importance for the analysis of toxicological databases. This paper gives a survey of algorithms, capable to derive interpretable models from toxicological data, and presents the most important application areas. The majority of...
Data mining in brain imaging is proving to be an effective methodology for disease prognosis and prevention. This, together with the rapid accumulation of massive heterogeneous data sets, motivates the need for efficient methods that filter, clarify, assess, correlate and cluster brain-related...
An overview of data mining (DM) and its application to the analysis of DM and electroencephalography (EEG) is given by: (i) presenting a working definition of DM, (ii) motivating why EEG analysis is a challenging field of application for DM technology and (iii) by reviewing exemplary work on DM...
Modern data mining has evolved largely as a result of efforts by computer scientists to address the needs of `data owners' in extracting useful information from massive observational data sets. Because of this historical context, data mining to date has largely focused on computational and...
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