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Research Area

Information System (but are not limited to):

  • Association Rules Mining
  • Classification
  • Cloud Computing
  • Data Classification and Clustering
  • Data Mining in Engineering
  • Data Mining Visualization
  • Decision Support System
  • Distributed Database
  • Educational Data Mining
  • Grid n Cloud Computing
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Rough Set Theory
  • Scheduling
  • Simulation and Modeling
  • Soft Computing
  • Soft Set Theory
  • Visual Data Mining
  • Web Mining

Knowledge Management (but are not limited to):

  • Knowledge Based System
  • Knowledge Engineering
  • Knowledge Audit
  • Knowledge Flow Analysis
  • Knowledge Representation
  • Application of Knowledge Management in Real Life
  • Knowledge Visualization

Distributed Database

Database System is an organized collection of data. Distributed Database System (DDS) is one of the major developments in the database area, where it moves from centralization towards decentralization system. With the advances in distributed processing and distributed computing, the database research communities have carried out considerable works to address issues of data distribution, distributed design, distributed query processing, distributed transactions management and etc. One of the major issues in data distribution is replicated data management. Data replication in DDS technology involves copying data between data stores and guarantees data across multiple sites in a distributed environment. Distributed database replication can be developed based on homogeneous or heterogeneous system.



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