The Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data are hot topics in the world of intelligence operations and information gathering. This first-of-its-kind volume reveals the benefits of addressing these topics with the integration of Fusion of Information and Analytics Technologies (FIAT). The book explains how FIAT is materialized into decision support systems that are capable of supporting the prognosis, diagnosis, and prescriptive tasks within complex systems and organizations. This unique resource offers keen insight into how complex systems emerge from the interrelation of social and cognitive information, cyber and physical worlds, and the various models of decision-making and situational awareness. Practitioners also discover the central notions of analytics and information fusion. Moreover the book introduces propos such as integration through a FIAT computational model and applications at the systems level. This book concludes with a list of prospective research activities that can contribute towards the required FIAT integration for critical application domains such as: energy, health, transport and defense and security.
As technology continues to advance, it is critical for businesses to implement systems that can support the transformation of data into information that is crucial for the success of the company. Without the integration of data (both structured and unstructured) mining in business intelligence systems, invaluable knowledge is lost. However, there are currently many different models and approaches that must be explored to determine the best method of integration. Integration Challenges for Analytics, Business Intelligence, and Data Mining is a relevant academic book that provides empirical research findings on increasing the understanding of using data mining in the context of business intelligence and analytics systems. Covering topics that include big data, artificial intelligence, and decision making, this book is an ideal reference source for professionals working in the areas of data mining, business intelligence, and analytics; data scientists; IT specialists; managers; researchers; academicians; practitioners; and graduate students.
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