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Data cleaning and pre-processing 4. Data reduction and transformation 5. Choosing the data mining task 6. Choosing the data mining algorithm(s) 7. Data mining for a particular form of representation such as classiﬁcation rules or trees, regression, clustering, etc. 8. Evaluating and validating the results 9. Consolidating discovered knowledge: incorporating this knowledge into the performance of the system, or simply documenting it and reporting it to users Although this list might suggest a sequence of steps, a knowledge discovery process is in fact a random process in which the steps are often carried out by an unsystematic approach and do not follow a straightforward analysis.
In general, it has been deﬁned as the non-trivial process of identifying valid, novel, potentially useful and ultimately understandable patterns in data . The proliferation of such a process coincides with an exponential increase in disparate data sets being linked together across place, scale, time, theme and discipline and available to science, government and industry. In particular, very large databases that are rich in terms of attribute depth and large in the sense of having many records or objects represented have played a great role in the development of knowledge discovery.
1 km2 cells), with no semantics associated to the decomposition. A street (road) network is another common way of structuring physical space. Like coordinate systems, space structuring also provides a reference system, which may be used for distinguishing positions, for instance, by referring to streets or road fragments and relative positions on them (house numbers or distances from the ends). The possible ways of specifying positions in space can be summarised as follows: • Coordinate-based referencing: positions are speciﬁed as tuples of numbers representing linear or angular distances to certain chosen axes or angles • Division-based referencing: referring to compartments of an accepted geometric or semantic-based division of the space, possibly hierarchical • Linear referencing: referring to relative positions along linear objects such as streets, roads, rivers, pipelines; for example, street names plus house numbers or road codes plus distances from one of the ends 22 N.