NIT5130 - Database Analysis and Design
|1.||Critically analyse the features and applications of data warehouses;|
|2.||Disaggregate and appraise the components in a typical data warehouse architecture;|
|3.||Extrapolate knowledge and skills to design a data warehouse to support and provide business solutions;|
|4.||Investigate and apply knowledge discovery processes and associated algorithms to large business datasets; and|
|5.||Experiment with popular data mining software and propose a conceptual framework to evaluate its useability and functionality.|
|Assignment||Assignment 1 - Development of data warehouse (1000 word report and 200 line codes)||20%|
|Assignment||Assignment 2 - Data mining project, soft code and analysis report (1000 word report and 200 line codes)||20%|
|Examination||Final Exam (3 hours)||60%|
Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques 3rd ed.
Han, J., and Kamber, M. (2011)
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