Approximation of Frequency Queris by Means of Free-Sets

@inproceedings{Boulicaut2000ApproximationOF,
  title={Approximation of Frequency Queris by Means of Free-Sets},
  author={Jean-François Boulicaut and Artur Bykowski and Christophe Rigotti},
  booktitle={PKDD},
  year={2000}
}
Given a large collection of transactions containing items, a basic common data mining problem is to extract the so-called frequent itemsets (i.e., set of items appearing in at least a given number of transactions). In this paper, we propose a structure called free-sets, from which we can approximate any itemset support (i.e., the number of transactions containing the itemset) and we formalize this notion in the framework of -adequate representation [10].We show that frequent free-sets can be… CONTINUE READING
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