The problem of high-utility itemset mining is to find the itemsets (group of items) that generate a high profit in a database, when they are sold. High utility itemset (HUI) mining is a popular data mining task. It consists of discovering sets of items generating high profit in a transaction database. Several. The utility means how “useful” an itemset is. Utility mining would usually like to find high utility itemsets, which mean their utility values are larger than or equal to.
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The fundamental issue with setting edge value which is for the most part client particular, is it should be proper. They mining high utility item sets been applied in several real-life situations such as for consumer behavior analysis and event detection in sensor networks.
But in real-life, uncertainty is an important factor as data is collected using various types of sensors that are more or less accurate.
Hence, data collected in a real-life database can be annotated with existing probabilities. This paper presents a novel pattern mining framework called high utility-probability sequential pattern mining HUPSPM for mining high utility-probability sequential patterns HUPSPs in uncertain sequence databases.
An Introduction to High-Utility Itemset Mining
mining high utility item sets Moroever, to speed up the mining process, a projection mechanism is designed to create a database projection for each processed sequence, which is smaller than the original database. Thus, the number of unpromising candidates can be greatly reduced, as well as the execution time for mining HUPSPs.
Substantial experiments both on real-life and synthetic datasets show that the designed algorithm performs well in terms of runtime, number of candidates, memory usage, and scalability for different minimum utility and minimum probability thresholds.
Introduction Knowledge discovery in databases KDD [ 1 — 4 ] aims at finding useful or hidden information in data.
They have been well-studied and have many applications. The Apriori algorithm [ 3 ] is the first algorithm for mining association rules ARs.
It uses a level-wise approach to explore the search space of patterns. In its first phase, Apriori relies on a minimum support threshold to discover frequent itemsets FIs.
Efficient Algorithms for Mining High Utility Itemsets from Transactional Databases
In its second phase, Apriori combines the discovered FIs to obtain ARs respecting a given minimum confidence threshold. Second, from a research perspective, the problem of high-utility itemset mining is more challenging. In high-utility itemset mining there is no such property.
Thus given an itemset, the utility of its supersets may be higher, lower or the same.
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This will be the topic of a future blog post. Open-source implementations and datasets There exists several algorithms for high-utility itemset mining high utility item sets that have been proposed over the year.
To our knowledge, FHM is one of the fastest algorithm for this problem. In Section 5our experimental results are presented and analyzed.
Finally, in Section 6conclusions are drawn. Related Work In this section, related work about HUIs mining over data stream and uncertain database are briefly reviewed, respectively.
HUIs Mining over Data Stream As an expansion of FIM, HUIs mining focuses on finding itemsets whose utilities are not lower than a minimum utility threshold which has been widely studied recently, which can be used in various areas, such as web click analysis, biological gene analysis, and retail marketing [ 18 ].
Its goal is to discover items or itemsets in transactions mining high utility item sets are valuable to users, not the most frequent ones. In contrast to discovering HUIs from mining high utility item sets database, THUI-Mine [ 13 ] is the first algorithm for mining HUIs from data stream according to the two-phase model based on sliding windows [ 7 ] and thus suffers from the problem of level-wise candidate generation.
Moreover, Shie et al. Zihayat and An [ 18 ] suggested an algorithm in mining top-k high utility patterns over data streams.
Thus, traditional HUIs mining algorithms are insufficient to process transactions with uncertainty in real-life applications.
High Utility Itemsets Mining for Transactional Databases | Kurubindu | IJSEAT
In fact, for the uncertain database, itemsets with high utility and high existential probability are useful to users, not itemsets with only one of them.
However, the above algorithms can only handle static databases with uncertainty, and they could not deal with uncertain data stream. In this paper, the concepts of HUIs mining over data stream and uncertain database mining high utility item sets discover HUIs from uncertain data stream are combined.