Dr. Nagiza Samatova

Computer Science

Phone: 919-513-7575
Fax: 919-515-7896
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CSC 591 620 Graph Data Mining CANCELED for FALL

3 Credit Hours

Graph data mining is a growing area of Big Data Analytics due to the ubiquitous nature of graph data. The discovery and forecasting of insightful patterns from graph data are at the core of analytical intelligence in government, industry, and science. This course teaches both basic and more advanced techniques required for routine analytical intelligence operations on graph data. Students will be exposed to the underlying theory and learn to design effective and efficient algorithms and data structures for dealing with huge volumes of complex and noisy graph data, as well as real-world applications.

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