Building the Data Warehouse of Frequent Itemsets in the DWFIST Approach

  title={Building the Data Warehouse of Frequent Itemsets in the DWFIST Approach},
  author={Rodrigo Salvador Monteiro and Geraldo Zimbr{\~a}o and Holger Schwarz and Bernhard Mitschang and Jano Moreira de Souza},
Some data mining tasks can produce such great amounts of data that we have to cope with a new knowledge management problem. Frequent itemset mining fits in this category. Different approaches were proposed to handle or avoid somehow this problem. All of them have problems and limitations. In particular, most of them need the original data during the analysis phase, which is not feasible for data streams. The DWFIST (Data Warehouse of Frequent ItemSets Tactics) approach aims at providing a… CONTINUE READING
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