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On the correctness of the FSMS algorithm for frequent subgraph mining
In this blog post, I will explain why the FSMS algorithm for frequent subgraph mining is an incorrect algorithm. I will publish this blog post because I have found that the algorithm is incorrect after spending a few days to … Continue reading
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Tagged data mining, frequent subgraph, fsms, graph, graph mining, pattern mining
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