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Team Work Evaluation Using Data Mining Techniques

Koppala Guravaiah, B. Ramakantha Reddy, S. Shiva Prakash, M. Naveenkumar


Team work plays major role in any organization for solving problem. We have many online collaborative systems for team communication. These systems generates huge amount of data. Our main aim is to find the best group and best person among the group. And also specify groups and their facilitators operation and provide feedback also for their outcomes and also specify about the problems. This is done by clustering the communication data and applies the sequential pattern mining technique on that data. By applying this techniques we easily finding that which team work is good and which team member work very well. Also specifies feedback system to week teams through analysing good team pattern mining.


Data Mining, Clustering, Sequential Pattern Mining, Team Work, Tracking System (TRAC)

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