Multidimensional Association Rules in Boolean Tensors

@inproceedings{Nguyen2011MultidimensionalAR,
  title={Multidimensional Association Rules in Boolean Tensors},
  author={Kim-Ngan Nguyen and Lo{\"i}c Cerf and Marc Plantevit and Jean-François Boulicaut},
  booktitle={SDM},
  year={2011}
}
Popular data mining methods support knowledge discovery from patterns that hold in binary relations. We study the generalization of association rule mining within arbitrary n-ary relations and thus Boolean tensors instead of Boolean matrices. Indeed, many datasets of interest correspond to relations whose number of dimensions is greater or equal to 3. However, just a few proposals deal with rule discovery when both the head and the body can involve subsets of any dimensions. A challenging… 

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