(video) Minimal Correlated High Utility Itemsets with FCHM

This is a video presentation of the paper “Mining Correlated High-Utility Itemsets Using the bond Measure” about correlated high utility pattern mining using FCHM.   More information about the FCHM algorithm are provided in this research paper: Fournier-Viger, P., Lin, C. W., Dinh, T., Le, … Continue reading

Report about the 2018 International Workshop on Mining of Massive Data and IoT

This week, I have attended the 2018 International Workshop on Mining of Massive Data and IoT  (2018 年大数据与物联网挖掘国际研讨会) organized by the Fujian Normal University in the city of  Fuzhou, China from the 18th to 20thDecember 2018. I have attended the workshop … Continue reading

Report about the ICGEC 2018 conference

I have recently attended the ICGEC 2018 conference (12th International Conference on Genetic and Evolutionary Computing) from December 14-17, 2018 in Changzhou, China. In this blog post, I will describe activities that I have attended at the conference. About the … Continue reading

(video) Minimal Periodic Frequent Itemset with PFPM

This is a video presentation of the paper “PFPM: Discovering Periodic Frequent Patterns with Novel Periodicity Measures” about periodic pattern mining using PFPM. It is part of my new series of videos about data mining algorithms  (link to download the … Continue reading

Upcoming book: High Utility Itemset Mining: Theory, Algorithms and Applications

I am happy to announce that the draft of the book about high utility pattern mining has been finalized and submitted to the publisher (Springer). It should thus be published in the very near future. The book contains 12 chapters written … Continue reading

Report about the DEXA 2018 and DAWAK 2018 conferences

This week, I am attending the DEXA 2018 (29th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications) and the DAWAK 2018 (20th Intern. Conf. on Data Warehousing and Knowledge Discovery) conferences from the 3rd to 6th September in Regensburg, Germany. … Continue reading