What is the difference between generic single-task tools and generic multi-task tools?

3 weeks ago

The difference between generic single-task tools and generic multi-task tools are:

Generic single-task tools

Generic single-task tools generally use neural networks or decision trees.

They cover only the data mining part and require extensive pre-processing and post- processing steps.

Generic multi-task tools 

Generic multi-task tools offer modules for pre-processing and post- processing steps and also offer a broad selection of several popular data mining algorithms as clustering.

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Sep 25, 2021
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