Heading: YOUNG SCIENTISTS
Pages: 61-69
Codes: 378.146 74.480.28
Title: Improving quality of knowledge management system of higher education institution by use of data mining solutions
Authors: Nagornyy S.A.
Abstract: Article analyzes possibilities of usage data mining solutions in educational process management, describes main steps of creating students success rate model and evaluates results of modelingt.
Keywords: Data mining, knowledge management system, students success rate, higher education institution, educational data mining.
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