Information technology - Database languages - SQL multimedia and application packages - Part 6: Data mining (Adopted ISO/IEC 13249-6:2006, second edition, 2006-11-01; corrected version 2006-12-01)
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ISO/IEC 13249 defines a number of packages of generic data types common to various kinds of data used in multimedia and application areas, to enable that data to be stored and manipulated in an SQL database.
This part of ISO/IEC 13249
a) introduces the data mining part of ISO/IEC 13249,
b) gives the references necessary for this part of ISO/IEC 13249,
c) defines notations and conventions specific to this part of ISO/IEC 13249,
d) defines concepts specific to this part of ISO/IEC 13249,
e) defines data mining user-defined types and their associated routines.
The data mining user-defined types defined in this part adhere to the following.
- A data mining user-defined type is generic to data mining data handling. It addresses the need to store, manage and retrieve information based on elements such as data mining models, data mining settings, and data mining test results.
- A data mining user-defined type does not redefine the database language SQL directly or in combination with another data mining data type.