CS5228: Knowledge Discovery in Databases

2004/2005  Semester 2

Time and venue: Tuesday (6:30pm to 8:30pm), SR2(S16, Level 4, Room 7)


    1 Jan 2005 : Please visit the  IVLE website for all future update. (important)

    1 Jan 2005 : You are ALLOWED(and ENCOURAGED) to take this course at the same time: CS6220

    1 Jan 2005: Prerequisites of this course are CS1232 or CS1231S, CS3243, CS2102 or CS2102S


Lecturer: Tung Kum Hoe, Anthony  
School of Computing
National University of Singapore
Consultation hours: Friday 5-6:30pm
Office: S16-09-11
Email: atung@comp.nus.edu.sg

Aims and objectives:

1.     Data mining is a diverse field which draw its foundation from many research areas like databases, machine learning, AI, statistic etc. The aim of this course is to highlight concepts from these areas which are fundamental and often used in building data mining tools.  

2.      At the end of the course, students should:

a.      Have a good knowledge of the fundamental concepts that provide the foundation of data mining.

b.      Understand how these concepts are engineered to provide some of the basic data mining tools.

c.      Able to adopt these concepts to develop new data mining tools for new application.