Proceeding of

Proceeding of

National Conference


Recent Trends in

Data Science and

Big Data Networking


18-19 December, 2015



A Special Issue of

International Journal of Computer Science and Applications


Chief Patron

Shri Banwarilal Purohit 



Shri Govindlal Agarwal

General Secretary, RCOEM





Dr. R.S. Pande




Dr. M. B. Chandak

(Head, Dept. of CSE)



Dr. A. J. Agrawal


Organizing Committee

Prof. S. G. Mundhada

Prof. A. Zadgaonkar

Prof. S.S. Aote

Prof. D. A. Borikar

Prof. A. R. Raipurkar

Organized by

Dept of Computer Science & Engineering,

Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur – 440013.



In association with

Department of Science & Technology




K. H. Walse





IJCSA ISSN: 0974-1011 (Online) >>    
Models and Issues in Data Stream Mining
Lalit S. Agrawal and Dattatraya S. Adane


With great innovation in technology there is a huge data explosion. Real-time surveillance, internet traffic, sensor data, health monitoring systems, communication networks, online transactions in the financial market and so on contribute as a data sources. Sometime data is huge enough that it cannot be stored in traditional databases. Moreover, this data can be structured, semi-structured or unstructured. In today’s scenarios it is always desired to take real time decisions from the data which is coming in with high velocity. Here, suitable solution is Stream processing. Stream processing allows us to analyze and mine data on-the-fly without storing it completely. The start point for the stream processing is the assumption that the potential value of data depends on data freshness. Thus, the stream processing paradigm analyzes data in real time to extract potential value out of it. Data mining techniques for streaming data includes: clustering, classification, frequent pattern mining and outlier detection which can be used to extract important information from streaming data.

In this paper we will summarize the efforts taken by researchers in the field of data stream mining along with the open research issues. We will also present the comparative study of few algorithms used for data stream processing. Finally we will conclude with the open issues in data stream processing.

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