**An up-to-date survey on a hot topic in data mining.**
- Pick one of the hot topic in a data mining field
- Find about 10 or so papers published on this hot topic
- Compare them and sort of make a table of comparison (or a comparison chart) and not just copy and paste. Table’s nature would depend on what has been talked about in these different papers.
- Include things like:
o What has been said by different people in all those papers that I am going to do survey on?
o What kind of things they have emphasised on?
o What ways it will help in future and what kind of things done manually at present without this new hot topic introduced?
o General trends in a hot topic as a data mining technology with a pointer towards future directions
o It could be a discussion based on chosen area e.g. temporal data mining technique, which is pretty new
o Produce sort of conclusive paper that combines all the papers
o Sort of talk about important things/points that have been said
o Some sort of one-point compilation and collation of the work being done by independent authors on a picked hot topic e.g. temporal data mining techniques. Plus, add a paragraph or two about the future pointers
o Compilation and collation of postulates set forth by different authors on the hot subject of e.g. Temporal DM techniques, with pointers to future directions
o As long as the format of this paper concerns ??" it would depend on how much you talk about each paper so it could be e.g. journal paper or white paper format
o 10 pages would be enough for 10 papers excluding Index, abstract, introduction, conclusion and references etc.
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