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On the Completeness of the CloSpan and IncSpan algorithms
In this blog post, I will briefly discuss the fact that the popular CloSpan algorithm for frequent sequential pattern mining is an incomplete algorithm. This means that in some special situations, CloSpan does not produce the expected results that it has been designed for, and … Continue reading
An introduction to frequent subgraph mining
In this blog post, I will give an introduction to an interesting data mining task called frequent subgraph mining, which consists of discovering interesting patterns in graphs. This task is important since data is naturally represented as graph in many domains (e.g. … Continue reading
Posted in Big data, Data Mining, Data science, Graph mining
Tagged algorithm, big data, data mining, data science, frequent subgraphs, graph, pattern mining
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How to test if a data mining mining algorithm implementation is correct?
In this blog post, I will discuss how to check if a data mining algorithm implementation is correct and complete. This is a very important topic for researchers who are implementing data mining algorithms since an incorrect implementation may generate unexpected results. … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Programming, Research
Tagged algorithm, correctness, data mining, debugging
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What are the steps to implement a data mining algorithm?
In this post, I will discuss what are the steps that I follow to implement a data mining algorithm. The subject of this post comes from a question that I have received by email recently, and I think that it … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Programming
Tagged algorithm, data mining, design, implementation, programming
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