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Incremental Association Algorithms
Posted by: Shalom
Date: December 28, 2015 05:08AM

Hi all.


is there any free online or desktop version data mining tool used for incremental Association rule mining? or can I get any of implementations of the Incremental Algorithms .

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Re: Incremental Association Algorithms
Date: December 28, 2015 06:55AM

In SPMF, you may try the Memory Efficient Itemset Tree (MEIT). It is a structure that can be incrementally updated for storing transactions and it can answers real time queries about associations rules and frequent itemset.

This structure is not really an incremental mining algorithm since it will not update the result incrementally. But it can be viewed as incremental because the structure is built incrementally (new transactions can be added incrementally).

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Re: Incremental Association Algorithms
Posted by: Shalom
Date: December 28, 2015 07:36AM

is that an association rule algorithm ? if it is an association rule algorithm and it doesn't build the rules incrementally how it can be an incremental algorithm? will you explain to me am confused .

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Re: Incremental Association Algorithms
Date: December 28, 2015 03:26PM

That structure has two algorithms: (1) one for updating the structure and (2) one for answering queries.

The algorithm for updating the structure is incremental since you DO NOT need to rebuild the structure from scratch when a new transactions is inserted.

The algorithm for answering queries about association rules is not incremental. You need to run it again to get updated results. But it is desgined to answer fast targeted queries. Instead of discovering all association rules as with traditional association rule mining algorithms, you can request only rules containing a given set of items, which is in my opinion quite interesting, and should not be very costly if all you need is targeted queries.

So, it can be said to be incremental because the structure for answering queries is incrementally updated. But it is not incremental in the sense that results should be updated incrementally, as you expect.

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Re: Incremental Association Algorithms
Posted by: Sree
Date: March 10, 2017 06:35PM

hey, i need the example code to update the network.

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Re: Incremental Association Algorithms
Date: March 10, 2017 06:39PM

Which network?

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Re: Incremental Association Algorithms
Posted by: Lucas
Date: April 08, 2017 07:15AM

I also want code to incrementally mine the association rules.

Java, C# or C++ Please

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