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Pinned topic About Intelligent Miner...

‏2011-04-08T06:49:48Z |
Hello.

I knew that Intelligent Miner(IM) was implemented inside DB2.

But now, IM is provided as a option of Infosphere Warehouse.

So...

Is IM implemented inside the DB2?

Or, is it implemented as an extension module of the DB2?
In this case, IM module can be plugged into the DB2 and it can use its functionalities...

What is the truth?
Updated on 2011-04-13T02:11:49Z at 2011-04-13T02:11:49Z by Sprince
  • M._Haide
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    Re: About Intelligent Miner...

    ‏2011-04-08T07:35:52Z  in response to Sprince
    Hi Sprince,
    Intelligent Miner is implemented as UDFs (user defined functions) and STPs (stored procedures). Therefore in your words as "extension modules".

    Regards,

    Michael
    • Sprince
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      Re: About Intelligent Miner...

      ‏2011-04-09T03:18:16Z  in response to M._Haide
      Thank you for your help!!!
    • Sprince
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      Re: About Intelligent Miner...

      ‏2011-04-09T03:51:27Z  in response to M._Haide
      I have one more question.

      How can data mining module fetch data in the database?

      Does it throw a sql query itself?
      • M._Haide
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        Re: About Intelligent Miner...

        ‏2011-04-10T21:17:12Z  in response to Sprince
        Hi Sprince,
        for the model training a SQL query within the STP is done. For model scoring the data gets into the UDF using the normal DB2 UDF processing.

        Regards,

        Michael
        • Sprince
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          Re: About Intelligent Miner...

          ‏2011-04-13T02:11:49Z  in response to M._Haide
          Thank you for your help!!!