Multimedia Data Mining and its Integration in Information Sector and Foundation: An Overview
Keywords:Information, Information Science, Data Mining, Multimedia Technology, Information Foundation, Multimedia Data Mining, MDM, Knowledge Management, Pattern Discovery, Multimedia Content
Information and Communication Technologies are one of the important component and toll. Virtually, the advent of Electronic resources and similar foundation use in Information Foundation and similar foundation has brought about significant changes in storage and communication of information. Data mining process consist of several process and stages, which are related to each other and interactive. This is the way of mining or extraction of data from the Database or Dataset. Extraction of Data with multimedia nature such as audio, video, images, text may be called as Multimedia Data Mining. In Information Foundation, Data Mining has wonderful role and importance. This paper is talks about Multimedia Information and Data Mining and its characteristics. Paper also talks about role and need of Multimedia Data Mining in Information and Similar Foundation.
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