Data mining applications in social security

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Data Mining for Business Applications, 2009, pp. 81 - 96
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This chapter presents four applications of data mining in social security. The first is an application of decision tree and association rules to find the demographic patterns of customers. Sequence mining is used in the second application to find activity sequence patterns related to debt occurrence. In the third application, combined association rules are mined from heterogeneous data sources to discover patterns of slow payers and quick payers. In the last application, clustering and analysis of variance are employed to check the effectiveness of a new policy. © 2009 Springer US.
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