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Utilisation des treillis de Galois pour l'extraction et la visualisation des règles d'association spatiales

@inproceedings{Marghoubi2006UtilisationDT,
  title={Utilisation des treillis de Galois pour l'extraction et la visualisation des r{\`e}gles d'association spatiales},
  author={Rabia Marghoubi and Karine Zeitouni and Azedine Boulmakoul},
  booktitle={INFORSID},
  year={2006}
}
1 Faculté des Sciences Technique de Mohammedia (FSTM), B.P. 146 Mohammedia, Maroc. 2 Agence Nationale de Réglementation des Télécommunications (ANRT), Complexe d’Affaires aile sud Ar-ryad, Hay riad 10100, BP 2939 Rabat Maroc 3 Laboratoire PRiSM, Universite de Versailles,45 avenue des Etats-Unis,78035 Versailles Cedex France. E-mail:{marghoubi@anrt.net.ma;boulmakoul2000@yahoo.fr, Karine.Zeitouni@prism.uvsq.fr } 
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