Applications of Data Mining to Electronic Commerce
Electronic commerce is emerging as the killer domain for data—mining technology. Is there support for such a bold statement? Data—mining technologies have been around for decades, without moving significantly beyond the domain of computer scientists, statisticians, and hard-core business analysts. Why are electronic commerce systems any different from other data—mining applications?
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