Conjoint data mining of structured and semi-structured data
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With the knowledge management requirement growing, enterprises are becoming increasingly aware of the significance of interlinking business information across structured and semi-structured data sources. This problem has become more important with the growing amount of semi-structured data often found in XML repositories, web logs, biological databases, etc. Effectively creating links between semi-structured and structured data is a challenging and unresolved problem. Once an optimized method has been formulated, the process of data mining can be implemented in a conjoint manner. This paper investigates a way in which this challenging problem can be tackled. The proposed method is experimentally evaluated using a real world database and the effectiveness and the potential in discovering collective information is demonstrated.
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