Evaluation of a Graduate Level Data Mining Coursewith Industry Participants
Data mining courses are increasingly being taught at many universities at both undergraduate and gradu-ate levels. This paper reports on a new graduate level data mining course run for the first time in 2007 at a major Australian university. The course had almost 20% enrolments of industry based participants from both private and public sector organisations. This pa-per discusses the student population and presents the course structure and assessment. An empirical eval-uation of student...[Show more]
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