Non-redundant sequential rules - Theory and algorithm

  title={Non-redundant sequential rules - Theory and algorithm},
  author={David Lo and Siau-Cheng Khoo and Limsoon Wong},
  journal={Inf. Syst.},
A sequential rule expresses a relationship between two series of events happening one after another. Sequential rules are potentially useful for analyzing data in sequential format, ranging from purchase histories, network logs and program execution traces. In this work, we investigate and propose a syntactic characterization of a non-redundant set of sequential rules built upon past work on compact set of representative patterns. A rule is redundant if it can be inferred from another rule… CONTINUE READING
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