data miner


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data miner

Something that extracts or gathers data from a computer. "Spyware" is a malicious type of data miner. IT is going to use a data miner to get us that information. I bet Ben put a data miner on my computer to spy on me!
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data miner

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In this paper, we assume that the data miner is one of the collaborators who contributes their private data for the computation.
The experienced analyst can select any methodology, but it is far better for the novice to try the wizard (Data Mining Project workspace) or the new Data Miner Recipe dialog box.
In CART, as well as other data-mining tools, the data miner usually builds the model in two phases.
Nevertheless, we can expect that certain phenomena will be related to the information in databases in a straight-forward manner so that information about them can be found by data miners.
2: "Logistic Support of conducting training for the NRA on" Development and implementation of Data mining models by specialized software "Oracle Data miner".
Subject of the contract is organizing and conducting training for the nra topic: development and implementation of data mining models by specialized software "oracle data miner" in two lots as follows:
If that's not enough evidence to confirm the return of Thanos in "Fortnite," another data miner also found a sound file that should be familiar to anyone who has ever played the Infinity Gauntlet limited time mode.
Rumors have been rolling around about a service that will allow people to search Acxiom's data vaults for information the Little Rock data miner has collected on them.
To finish the job, the same process should be done for Facebook's other data miner partners: Datalogix (Datalogix.com/Privacy) and Epsilon (Epsilon.com/Consumer-Preference-Center).
She joined the publicly traded data miner as part of its new wave of executives, all of whom have some experience in big-name tech or Internet companies.
The 6,800-employee data miner brought Howe in from Seattle, where he was a corporate vice president for Microsoft Advertising Business Group.
None of defendant's customers could have ever anticipated that these types of music and audio selections would be recorded and sent to, of all people, a third party data miner for analysis."
From this point on, you will have to rely on data miners. Data miners have allegedly uncovered all of the steps, and you can see it (https://www.reddit.com/r/DestinyTheGame/comments/c88yfk/quick_text_quest_steps_for_lumina/) here.
These data miners (also referred to as data mules) are extremely skilled at socially engineering live agents and often tend to be more pleasant to deal with than the generally irate, legitimate customer, thereby leading to even greater success through agents who are eager and incentivized to please callers.
Vivino's data miners would do that wider world a service by including a category of best-rated wines under $25 or $30.