PhD Candidacy Presentation by Mr Morteza Saberi
Data Cleansing through Intelligent Fuzzy Analytics with common Variations in Personal Names
Mr Morteza Saberi.
Date & Venue
Date: 18 September 2014,
Time: 12:15pm -13:15pm
Venue: Univeristy of New South Wales UNSW@ Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA)
Supervisor: Prof Elizabeth Chang
In a CRM system, customers are not often recognized (just) by their personal names. But from physiological view point customers like to use their name as their identity not customer number or ID number. It is obvious that individuals may have different IDs in different places and databases and they cannot memorize all of them. They just prefer to use their name and the good CRM system should consider this preference. In this presentation we will focus on the two main issues of personal names: popular names and their valid variations. The prototype of the intelligent fuzzy CRM will be discussed in my presentation which will has address the issue of common names as well as dirty data.
Mr. Morteza Saberi is an outstanding final year PhD student under the supervision of Professor E. Chang and Dr. Omar Hussain. He has published more than 120 papers in reputable academic journals and conference proceedings, of which over 15 papers related to his PhD thesis. In his current research interests, which include systems modelling, fuzzy and soft computing and data mining in unstructured context, he has published over 65 scientific papers, including 20 international Journal papers. He was a Lecturer at the Department of Industrial Engineering at University of Tafresh. He is also the recipient of the 2006-2012 Best Researcher of Young researcher Club, Islamic Azad University (Tafresh Branch). He is also the recipient of National Eminent Researcher Award among Young researcher Club, Islamic Azad University members.