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Title: Determining Weighted, Utility-Based Time Variant Association Rules Using Frequent Pattern Tree
Author: Gupta, Pankaj
Bhushan Sagar, Bharat
Keywords: association rule; frequent pattern tree; information mining; time variant; weighted transactions
Description: Introduction: The research “Determining weighted, utility-based time variant association rules using frequent pattern tree” was conducted at Birla Institute of Technology, Off Campus: Noida, India, in 2017. Methods: To assess the efficiency of the proposed approach for information mining a method and an algorithm was proposed for mining time-variant weighted, utility-based association rules using FP-tree.Results: A method is suggested to find association rules on time-oriented frequency-weighted, utility-based data, employing a hierarchy for pulling-out of item-sets and establish their association-ship.Conclusions: The dimensions adopted while developing the approach compressed a large time-variant dataset to a lesser data structure at the same time FP-tree keep away from the repetitive dataset, which finally gives us a noteworthy advantage in articulations of time and memory use.Originality: In current period, high utility recurrent-pattern pulling-out is one of the mainly noteworthy study areas in time-variant information mining due to its capability to account the frequency rate of item-sets and assorted utility rate of every item-set. This research contributes to maintain it at a corresponding level, which ensures to avoid generation of a big amount of candidate-sets, which make sure further development of less execution time and search spaces.Limitations: The research results demonstrated that the projected approach was efficient on tested datasets with pre-defined weight and utility calculations.
Publisher: Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
Appears in Collections:Revista Ingeniería Solidaria

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