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Sequential rules definition
Posted by: hanane
Date: July 21, 2017 03:10PM

Hi,

Please I woul like to confirm the difference between standard squential rules and partially ordred sequential rules

I found that
A sequential rule is a rule of the form X -> Y where X and Y are sets of items (itemsets). A rule X ->Y is interpreted as if items in X occurs (in any order), then it will be followed by the items in Y (in any order).

is it a correct defintion for standard sequential rules?

Thank you in advance

Best regards

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