Using ontologies to facilitate post-processing of association rules by domain experts

  title={Using ontologies to facilitate post-processing of association rules by domain experts},
  author={Gunjan Mansingh and Kweku-Muata Osei-Bryson and Han Reichgelt},
  journal={Inf. Sci.},
Data mining is used to discover hidden patterns or structures in large databases. Association rule induction extracts frequently occurring patterns in the form of association rules. However, this technique has a drawback as it typically generates a large number of association rules. Several methods have been proposed to prune the set of extracted rules in order to present only those which are of interest to the domain experts. Some of these methods involve subjective analysis based on prior… CONTINUE READING


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