||Predefined mining steps are used to generate data
products for the end users in real time. The end users can specify
the products required; however this scenario does not require
the end user to have any expertise or role in the production
||Predefined mining steps are used to mine data
on ingest. The operations can include gridding, averaging, noise
removal or other necessary preprocessing operations.
||The end user is allowed to select different options through
a custom user interface. These options are contained in a set
of mining steps capable of producing various data products.
The options can include subsetting, subsampling, gridding, averaging,
and other well understood processing operations.
|Domain Expert Develops Mining Procedure
||This scenario allows domain experts who have an
understanding of the various mining techniques to determine
the mining steps.
|Domain Expert Develops Operators
||Domain experts with significant programming experience can
develop and add their own custom-mining operators to the mining
|Collaboration Between Mining and Domain
||Domain and mining experts can work together to solve difficult
interdisciplinary problems using the mining system. In this
scenario, the mining center provides the mining expertise and
mining software to the domain expert.