Web mining is the process of mining for data in order to discover patterns throughout the Web

Web mining is the process of mining for data in order to discover patterns throughout the Web

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Web mining is the process of mining for data in order to discover patterns throughout the Web . Targets for web mining are usually divided into three different kinds including Web usage mining , Web structure mining and Web content mining . Web content mining is the practice of finding out what people are searching for on internet. Individuals can be searching for articles or information that is only text based while others may be looking for images or videos or any other multimedia data. Web content mining can also help researcher better understand the search patterns of a particular set of people from similar regions or groups. Web content mining for all intents and purposes has a lot of advantages which makes the technology particularly attractive to marketing agencies and businesses as well as government agencies. Web content mining technology has allowed ecommerce businesses to take part in custom made marketing, which in the long run results in more customers, and buy and sell volume. In addition, government agencies use this technology to fight against terrorism and classify threats. The predictive capacity of this mining application capable of gathering content can benefit society as a
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2010 for the course ECON fin121 taught by Professor Peck during the Fall '10 term at Academy of Design Tampa.

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Web mining is the process of mining for data in order to discover patterns throughout the Web

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