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Applying statistical dependency analysis techniques In a Data mining Domain
Sudheep Elayidom.M, Sumam Mary Idikkula, Joseph Alexander
Pages - 14 - 24     |    Revised - 30-06-2010     |    Published - 10-08-2010
Volume - 1   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - July 2010  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Confusion matrix, Data mining, Decision Tree, Neural Network, Chi-Square
ABSTRACT
Taking wise career decision is so crucial for anybody for sure. In modern days there are excellent decision support tools like data mining tools for the people to make right decisions. This paper is an attempt to help the prospective students to make wise career decisions using technologies like data mining. In India technical manpower analysis is carried out by an organization named NTMIS (National Technical Manpower Information System), established in 1983-84 by India's Ministry of Education & Culture. The NTMIS comprises of a lead center in the IAMR, New Delhi, and 21 nodal centers located at different parts of the country. The Kerala State Nodal Center is located in the Cochin University of Science and Technology. Last 4 years information is obtained from the NODAL Centre of Kerala State (located in CU-SAT, Kochi, India), which stores records of all students passing out from various technical colleges in Kerala State, by sending postal questionnaire. Analysis is done based on Entrance Rank, Branch, Gender (M/F), Sector (rural/urban) and Reservation (OBC/SC/ST/GEN).
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Mr. Sudheep Elayidom.M
Cochin University of Science and Technology - India
sudheepelayidom@hotmail.com
Mr. Sumam Mary Idikkula
Department of Computer Science - India
Mr. Joseph Alexander
Cochin University of Science and Technology - India