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Created byJoydip Dhar
Data Mining is similar to Data science. It is an interdisciplinary field of study about scientific methods, processes, and systems to extract knowledge or insights from data in various forms, either structured or unstructured. Data mining is one of the most widely used methods to extract information from large datasets. In this course we will discuss classical data mining techniques as well as soft computing techniques for knowledge extraction.
Soft computing today may be portrayed as a massively dynamic concept whose pace of development presents a promising picture of the future world. The constant and exponential growth of the field has been a source of great encouragement and inspiration for all of us to contribute timelessly to make an intelligent tomorrow where anything that can be perceived is available in reality. Not only does it attract people to explore it in depth, but also presents its boundless and never ending characteristics. Nature inspired computations is the generalization of a bio-inspired computation and evolutionary computation, where each case the algorithms are derived from natural phenomenon of surrounding environment or nature and its habitats.
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Dr. Joydip Dhar is presently working in the area of Applied Sciences at ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior. Dr. Dhar has done his Ph. D from IIT, Kanpur in 1997 and has been associated with the teaching profession and research for the past 22 years and has also published about 135 papers in his areas of interest and proficiency in International reputed journals. He has guided 11 Ph.D., 100+ M.Tech and MBA theses and currently eight students are perusing Ph.D. under his guidance. Delivered more than 50 invited lectures at different Universities and Institutions in India and abroad (U.K., Sweden, China, Sri Lanka). Co-authored of two research books published by International Lambert academic publishing house and CRC Press. Conducted several conferences and short-term courses. He is a life member of many professional societies ISTE, IMS, ISMMACS and the annual member of American Mathematical Society (AMS). Participated in the prestigious ACM-ICPC world finals as a mentor at Stockholm, Sweden 2009. Currently, he is serving as Asia-Gwalior ACM-ICPC Regional Director. He was the recipient of Dewang Mehta National Education Awards, Shiksha Rattan Puraskar, and many others. He was recipient of very prestigious seven days in-Residence Program for Inspired Teachers at Rashtrapati Bhavan, which is the highest recognition for any central government institution teacher.