JSM Activity #304


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Activity ID:  304
Title
* ! The Art, Science, and Technology of Business Data Analysis
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
08/14/2002
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Room: S-Riverside Ballroom
Business & Economics Statistics Section* Topic Contributed
Organizer: Ping Zhang, Avaya Labs
Chair: Catherine C. Hood, U.S. Census Bureau
Discussant: 11:55 AM - Gary Ulrich, First USA    
Floor Discussion 12:15 PM
Description

Most people don't realize that business data analysis is a lucrative business by itself, often referred to as Business Intelligence or CRM Analytics in the industry. Speakers of this session will share their knowledge and experience in the field. More importantly, they will show us examples of what it takes to get the job done.
  300787  By:  Moshe B. Rosenwein 10:35 AM 08/14/2002
Scoring Models to Optimize E-Commerce Direct-to-Consumer Communications

  301051  By:  Linda  Zhao 10:55 AM 08/14/2002
Empirical Analysis of a Telephone Call Center

  300897  By:  Steven  Meester 11:15 AM 08/14/2002
Imputation for Missing Response Using Auxiliary Data with an Application to Credit Scoring

  301199  By:  Patrick H. Tendick 11:35 AM 08/14/2002
EDA in the Age of Very Large Databases

JSM 2002

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