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S20: Data Mining as a Tool for Environmental Scientists

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This workshop (DM-TES08, 2nd iEMSs Workshop) aims to approach and to promote the interaction between the Environmental Sciences community to the Data Mining community and related fields, such as Artificial Intelligence, Statistics or other fields to discuss the contribution of Data Mining techniques to Knowledge Discovery in Environmental Sciences, as well as to make data mining techniques more accessible to environmental modellers and to give data miners and developers a better idea of the needs and desires of the environmental community. The workshop will introduce interested parties to a range of data mining techniques and a selection of software packages. We also invite presentations of interesting applications of data mining to environmental problems. New or improved techniques or methods are welcome, as well as innovative applications.

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This session is strongly linked with W4 (DM-TES08, 2nd iEMSs Workshop) and aims to approach and to promote the interaction between the Environmental Sciences community to the Data Mining community and related fields, such as Artificial Intelligence, Statistics or other fields to discuss the contribution of Data Mining techniques to Knowledge Discovery in Environmental Sciences, as well as to make data mining techniques more accessible to environmental modellers and to give data miners and developers a better idea of the needs and desires of the environmental community. The workshop will introduce interested parties to a range of data mining techniques and a selection of software packages. We also invite presentations of interesting applications of data mining to environmental problems. New or improved techniques or methods are welcome, as well as innovative applications.

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  • Applications of Data Mining Techniques to Environmental Domains
  • Interaction between AI and Statistic techniques for DM of Environmental Domains
  • The role of the Preprocessing and postprocessing in the whole Data Mining process
  • Software available
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This workshop (DM-TES08, 2nd iEMSs Workshop) aims to approach and to promote the interaction between the Environmental Sciences community to the Data Mining community and related fields, such as Artificial Intelligence, Statistics or other fields to discuss the contribution of Data Mining techniques to Knowledge Discovery in Environmental Sciences, as well as to make data mining techniques more accessible to environmental modellers and to give data miners and developers a better idea of the needs and desires of the environmental community. The workshop will introduce interested parties to a range of data mining techniques and a selection of software packages. We also invite presentations of interesting applications of data mining to environmental problems. New or improved techniques or methods are welcome, as well as innovative applications.

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