Research Papers On Data Mining 2013

This helps to see what are the current popular topics and what kind of problems researchers are currently trying to solve. It is easier to get grants or in some case to get your papers accepted in special issues, workshops, etc.

It does not mean that you need to work on the most popular topic. However, there are also some “older” topics that are also interesting even if they are not the current flavor of the day.

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Therefore, in this this post, I will address this question.

The first thing to consider is whether you want to design/improve data mining techniques, apply data mining techniques or do both.

Personally, I think that designing or improving data mining techniques is more challenging than using already existing techniques.

Sometimes, a topic has never been done simply because it should not be done (for example, it may have no real applications or rely on assumptions that are unrealistic)!

Finding a good problem to work on can require to read several articles to understand what are the limitations of current techniques and decide what can be improved. It is normal that it takes time to find a more specific topic. For example, I could suggest you some very specific topics such as detecting outliers in imbalanced stock market data or to optimize the memory efficiency of subgraph mining algorithms for community detection in social networks. It is best to choose something by yourself that you like.

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