Mehmed Kantardzic publishes new book
Mehmed Kantardzic, professor, computer engineering and computer science, has published a 2nd edition of his textbook, “Data Mining: Concepts, Models, Methods, and Algorithms.” The first edition has been adopted as a textbook at more than 100 universities and colleges worldwide and it is translated in Chinese and Japanese. Translation of the second edition in Spanish and Korean is in preparation.
Kantardzic is a professor in the Department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science. He also is director of the Data Mining Lab, co-director of the Data Mining Graduate Certificate Program and coordinator for Computer Science and Engineering doctoral and Computer Engineering and Computer Science master’s programs. Kantardzic’s field is data mining and computational learning, a branch of computer science that has grown tremendously in the last decade and is used in human genome mapping and other medical areas, astrophysical and cosmological surveys, physical and social sciences. In addition to his work with students and as a top researcher in the field, he has chaired numerous conferences to bring together members of the field and others and served as editor for several international journals. Kantardzic has worked tirelessly to shape and promote his field’s rapid progress and growth.