alexa Mining Association Rules from Infrequent Itemsets: A Survey | Abstract
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology
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Association Rule Mining (AM) is one of the most popular data mining techniques. Association rule mining generates a large number of rules based on support and confidence. However, post analysis is required to obtain interesting rules as many of the generated rules are useless.However, the size of the database can be very large. It is very time consuming to find all the association rules from a large database, and users may be only interested in the associations among some items.So mining association rules in such a way that we maximize the occurrences of useful pattern. In this paper we study several aspects in this direction and analyze the previous research.So that we come with the advantages and disadvantages.

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Author(s): Diti Gupta, Abhishek Singh Chauhan


ARM, Positive Association, Negative Association, support, confidence, Aerospace Engineering,Applied Sciences,Biochemistry,Bio medical Engineering,Chromatography,Fluid Dynamics.

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