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TD-Set Theory - In another example website"hits"...

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To begin with, the PowerPoint presentation to this module was very clear in explaining how sets and set theory can apply to real-world business applications. In the case of database management, sets and subsets can be applied as an analysis for targeted customers, based on a query of set parameters, within the database. The information gathered on a "set" of customers may be accumulative (such as a union) or be interlocking (such as an intersection. An example could be a set of customers who buy particular types of products from the company, while another set of customers by a different set of products, and an intersection of those same customers who buy products from both sets of products.
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Unformatted text preview: In another example, website "hits" are a definite necessary collection of information to businesses using their website as a venue for product or service sales. These "hits" could be divided into sets by one time visitors, repeat visitors, repeat customers, etc. A company analyst could use these sets or "hits" to target specific customers. It seems to boil down to collections of data that could be applied to sales or services by a business, based on data, or sets of data, which could be combined, segregated, and/or compared for levels of commonality. Sets can also be applied to sets of data for financials or census data, or other applications in business, financial market, and government....
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