An adaptive algorithm for incremental mining of association rules

@article{Sarda1998AnAA,
  title={An adaptive algorithm for incremental mining of association rules},
  author={Nandlal L. Sarda and N. V. Srinivas},
  journal={Proceedings Ninth International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications (Cat. No.98EX130)},
  year={1998},
  pages={240-245}
}
The association rules represent an important class of knowledge that can be discovered from data warehouses. Current research efforts are focused on inventing efficient ways of discovering these rules from large databases. As databases grow, the discovered rules need to be verified and new rules need to be added to the knowledge base. Since mining afresh every time the database grows is inefficient, algorithms for incremental mining are being investigated. Their primary aim is to avoid or… CONTINUE READING

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