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Taking Yk as the first matrix and Xk as the second matrix), produces redundant adjacent matrices. (3) is satisfied. The vertex-sorted adjacency matrix generated under this condition is called a “normal form”. code(the first matrix) ≤ code(the second matrix) (3) In the standard basket analysis, the (k + 1)-itemset becomes a candidate frequent itemset only when all the k-sub-itemsets are confirmed to be frequent itemsets. Similarly, the graph G of size k + 1 is a candidate of frequent induced subgraphs only when all adjacency matrices generated by removing from the graph G the i-th vertex vi (1 ≤ i ≤ k + 1) and all its connected links are confirmed to be frequent induced subgraphs of the size k.
E. 1997. The predictive toxicology evaluation challenge. 4–9. 14. Wang, K. and Liu, H. 1997. Schema discovery for semistructured data. 271–274. fr Abstract. Considering a fuzzy knowledge discovery system we have realized we describe here the main features of such systems. First, we consider possible methods to define fuzzy partitions on numerical attributes in order to replace continuous or symbolic attributes by fuzzy ones. We explain then how to generalize statistical indexes to evaluate fuzzy rules, detailing a special index, the intensity of implication and its generalization to fuzzy rules.
Gras and A. Larher , is based on simple probability concepts: since the cardinalities of two subsets A and B are determined by the objects of the database belonging to A and B, we consider two random subsets X and Y having respectively the same cardinalities as A and B. The implication a⇒b is characterized by the relation $ ⊂ % and its counter examples are associated to the subset $ ∩ % . We compare the cardinality of $ ∩ % (given by the database) with the random variable given by the cardinality of ; ∩< , supposing that there is no link between X and Y (Fig.
Computer Performance Evaluation Modelling Techniques and Tools: 7th International Conference Vienna, Austria, May 3–6, 1994 Proceedings by Kishor S. Trivedi, Boudewijn R. Haverkort (auth.), Günter Haring, Gabriele Kotsis (eds.)