Interestingness via What is Not Interesting

@inproceedings{Sahar1999InterestingnessVW,
  title={Interestingness via What is Not Interesting},
  author={Sigal Sahar},
  booktitle={KDD},
  year={1999}
}
As the size of mined databases increases, the sheer volume of rules produced by data-mining algorithms often overwhelms their users. These users only want to be presented with a short list of interesting rules. Some work has been conducted on determining what is interesting, with an agreement that interestingness is ultimately subjective. While there is no single, formal definition of interestingness, there is a consensus that finding interesting rules is a very difficult problem, requiring… CONTINUE READING