Fraud Detection, Genetic Risk Factors, Natural Disaster Detection, Cancer Identification and more at the Salford Analytics and Data Mining Conference

Salford Systems’ 7th International Predictive Analytics and Data Mining Conference

SAN DIEGO – The Salford Analytics and Data Mining Conference will highlight modern data mining applications by Salford Systems’ software users on May 24-25, 2012 at the Courtyard San Diego Old Town hotel.

Conference presenters include theoretical and practical experts from a variety of industries currently using data mining software. Presentation topics include fraud detection, genetics, natural disaster detection, cancer identification methods, telecommunications, energy efficiency in power grids and more.

The three days leading up to the conference – May 21-23 – will entail data mining software training on CART® decision trees, MARS® non-linear regression, TreeNet® gradient boosting and Random Forest® decision tree ensembles.

Package discounts for conference and training registrations are available online at http://www.salforddatamining.com.

“Salford Systems’ conferences consistently offer the highest quality papers on the practice of data mining,” said Dan Steinberg, CEO and Founder of Salford Systems. “Experienced professionals report on important projects performed at major corporations and research institutions, emphasizing the details that led to excellent results.  A Salford Conference is the best place to learn how to run real-world data mining analytics.”

"Understanding modern data mining and deploying advanced predictive analytics has become a top priority across industries and in academic research,” said Mikhail Golovnya, Senior Scientist at Salford Systems. "The objective of the Salford Analytics and Data Mining Conference is to bring to the forefront the real issues and implications of data mining and we are excited to have some of the most prominent scientists and leaders, such as representatives from Johnson & Johnson and Visa, to share their insights and experience with the data mining community.”

Historically, Salford has been at the forefront of applied data mining and predictive analytics since 1993 and has been hosting content-rich educational conferences since 2004. Salford conferences are special due to the quality of the presentations. Attendees can count on substantive detail, as well as expositions of breaking new technology that could revolutionize analytics practice.

Salford Systems' Analytics and Data Mining Conference continues the tradition of content-rich educational conferences. Conference attendees can expect to exchange ideals and techniques of their real-world solutions using Salford Systems’ software, and expect an unparalleled opportunity to learn from experience professionals.

About Salford Systems

Founded in 1983, Salford Systems specializes in providing new-generation data mining and predictive modeling software and consulting services for industries such as banking, insurance, healthcare, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, transportation, manufacturing, retail and catalog sales, and education. The company’s CART®, MARS®, TreeNet® and Random Forest® data mining software are currently installed in over 3,500 sites worldwide, including 300 major universities. Salford Systems is headquartered in San Diego, CA. For more information, visit http://www.salford-systems.com or telephone (619) 543-8880.

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Salford Systems
619-543-8880 ext. 130
hhinman@salford-systems.com

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Founded in 1983, Salford Systems specializes in providing new generation data mining and choice modeling software and consultation services. Applications in both software and consulting span market research segmentation, direct marketing, fraud detection, credit scoring, risk management, bio-medical research and manufacturing quality control. Industries using Salford Systems products and consultation services include telecommunications, transportation, banking, financial services, insurance, health care, manufacturing, retail and catalog sales, and education. Salford Systems software is installed at more than 3,500 sites worldwide, including 300 major Universities. Key customers include AT&T Universal Card Services, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, General Motors, and Sears, Roebuck and Co.

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The three days leading up to the conference – May 21-23 – will entail data mining software training on CART® decision trees, MARS® non-linear regression, TreeNet® gradient boosting and Random Forest® decision tree ensembles.
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Presentation topics include fraud detection, genetics, natural disaster detection, cancer identification methods, telecommunications, energy efficiency in power grids and more.
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