Data mining, Database Management System

1.Why we need data mining? Give an example to illustrate your answer.

2. Why data mining is considered as "misleading name"?

3. Distinguish the difference between database and data warehouse? Give 4 differences at least.

4. Discus the major difference between relational database and object oriented database?

5. Text databases may be highly unstructured, semi structured and well structured. Give an example for each. 

6. How can data mining affect our privacy? Give examples to illustrate your answer.

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