Discovery of high utility itemsets from on-shelf time periods of products

@article{Lan2011DiscoveryOH,
  title={Discovery of high utility itemsets from on-shelf time periods of products},
  author={Guo-Cheng Lan and Tzung-Pei Hong and Vincent S. Tseng},
  journal={Expert Syst. Appl.},
  year={2011},
  volume={38},
  pages={5851-5857}
}
Utility mining has recently been an emerging topic in the field of data mining. It finds out high utility itemsets by considering both the profits and quantities of items in transactions. It may have a bias if items are not always on shelf. In this paper, we thus design a new kind of patterns, named high on-shelf utility itemsets, which considers not only individual profit and quantity of each item in a transaction but also common on-shelf time periods of a product combination. We also propose… CONTINUE READING
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