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The multi relational data mining approach has developed as an alternative way for handling the structured data such that RDBMS. This will provides the mining in multiple tables directly. In MRDM the patterns are available in multiple tables (relations) from a relational database. As the data are available over the many tables which will affect the many problems in the practice of the data mining. To deal with this problem, one either constructs a single table by Propositionalisation, or uses a Multi-Relational Data Mining algorithm. MRDM approaches have been successfully applied in the area of bioinformatics. Three popular pattern finding techniques classification, clustering and association are frequently used in MRDM.
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