Mining Rare Patterns by Using Automated Threshold Support

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    Essentially the most primary and crucial part of data mining is pattern mining. For acquiring important corre-lations among the information, method called itemset mining plays vital role Earlier, the notion of itemset mining was used to acquire the absolute most often occurring items in the itemset. In some situation, though having utility value less than threshold it is necessary to locate such items because they are of great use. Considering the thought of weight for each and every apparent items brings effectiveness for mining the pattern efficiently. Different mining algorithms are utilized to obtain the correlations among the information items based on frequency with the items in the dataset occurs. In frequent itemset, those things which occurs frequently whereas, in infrequent itemset the items that occur very rarely are obtained. Determining such form of data is tougher than to locate data which occurs frequently. Frequent Itemset Mining (FISM) locates large and frequent itemsets in huge data for example market baskets. Such data has two properties that are not addressed by FISM; Mixture property and projection property. Here the proposed system combines both mixture as well as projection property further providing automated support thresholds.



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    Infrequent itemset mining, minimum support, pattern mining, automated support threshold.

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Article ID: 15225
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.8.15225

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