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A major reason behind the success of the data mining field has been the healthy relationship between the research and the business worlds.

This relationship is strong in many companies where researchers and domain experts collaborate to solve practical business problems. Many of the companies that integrate data mining into their products and business processes also employ some of the best researchers and practitioners in the field.

Some of the most successful recent data mining companies have also been started by distinguished researchers. Even researchers in universities are getting more connected with businesses and are getting exposed to business problems and real data.

Often, new breakthroughs in data mining research have been motivated by the needs and constraints of practical business problems. This can be observed at data mining scientific conferences, where companies are participating very actively and there is a lot of interaction between academia and industry. This book contains extended versions of a selection of papers from these workshops.

The chapters of this book cover the entire spectrum of issues in the development of data mining systems with special attention to methodological issues.

Although data mining has reached a reasonable level of maturity and a large number and variety of algorithms, tools and knowledge is available to develop good models and integrate them into business processes, there is still space for research in new data mining methods.

Many methodological issues still remain open, affecting several phases of data mining projects, from business and data understanding to evaluation and deployment. As data mining gets applied to new business problems, new research challenges are encountered opening up large unexplored areas of research. The chapters in Part 1, discuss some of the most important of those issues.

The authors offer diverse perspectives on those issues due to the different nature of their backgrounds and experience, which include the automotive industry, the data mining industry and the research community.

The book also covers a wide range of business domains, illustrating both classical applications as well as emerging ones. The chapters in Part 2 describe typical problems for which data mining has proved to be an invaluable tool, such as churn and fraud detection, and customer relationship management CRM.

Studying the role of pathological personality traits in criminogenic thinking using survey research

They also cover some of the more important industries, namely banking, government, energy and healthcare. The issues addressed in these papers include important aspects such as how to incorporate domain-specific knowledge in the development of data mining systems and the integration of data mining technology in larger systems that aim to support core business processes. The applications in this book clearly show that data mining projects must not be regarded as independent efforts.

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