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Date:         Tue, 3 Nov 1998 05:06:38 GMT
Reply-To:     christopher chan <conjecture@GEOCITIES.COM>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         christopher chan <conjecture@GEOCITIES.COM>
Organization: The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Subject:      Re: Qu: I need to implement a AI technique to analysis a database

Hi, I should make it more specific.

Question 1 I need to make use of AI(artifical intelligent) to analysis a database. The method can merge several source(database) of information together in order to do decision analysis, baysian approach may be one of a method. The detail of method, I will omit, but we can regard it as formula and if-then-else statement. My challenge is that I get a database which has only linked up with SAS. I have spent about one month to study SAS to see whether it is possible with reasonable effort to implement the AI algorithm in SAS.

Question 2 Also, if I have a database which contains sex, name, age, address. I need to match with the same address. People with the same address, age>50 and sex=F, we may regard her as mother. And people with the same address, age>50 and sex=M,we may regard he as father. Other may regard as son or daught..etc.. How to write this out in SAS? How to manage the memory and data structure? Please give me some hint.


On Mon, 02 Nov 1998 07:19:56 GMT, (christopher chan) wrote:

>On Mon, 02 Nov 1998 07:17:23 GMT, >(christopher chan) wrote: > >>Hi, >> >>I need to implement a AI technique to analysis a database. I am trying >>to use SAS but SAS seems too much contrains. Because the >>implementation involve quite a lot of formulation, MLE and operation >>on several tables. Do I need to use ODBC to link with Visual C++ than >>using SAS?. The POINT option in DATA STEP may be possible to implement >>the algorithm, but I think it is quite difficult, maybe I am not >>familiar with SAS. Did there anyone have such experience? >>Do SAS meet my requirement? >>thanks >

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