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Analyzing the COVID19 genome with AI and data mining techniques (paper + data + code)
Recently, my team has been working on analyzing COVID19 genome sequences using pattern mining and other AI techniques. We have recently published a paper in the Applied Intelligence journal about this. In this blog post, I will give some brief … Continue reading
Call for chapters on periodic pattern mining
Hi all, I have not written much on the blog in the last month because I have been very busy with numerous projects and deadlines. I thus took a small break to focus on other things. Now that I have … Continue reading
Posted in Academia, cfp, Pattern Mining
Tagged book, call for chapter, frequent pattern mining, itemset mining, pattern mining, periodic pattern
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(video) Mining Locally Trending High Utility Itemsets
Today, I want to share with you the video presentation that I have prepared for my paper at PAKDD 2020. It presents a new problem where we want to discover locally trending high utility itemsets (LTHUIs). A LTHUI is a set of items purchased by … Continue reading
(video) Identifying Stable Periodic Frequent Patterns using SPPGrowth
Today, I present a video about finding stable periodic patterns in data, and discuss a new algorithm named SPPGrowth for this task. VIDEO LINK: http://www.philippefournierviger.com/spmf/videos/SPPGrowth.mp4 The SPPGrowth algorithm and datasets for evaluating its performance are available in the SPMF software, which is opensource and programmed in Java. Source code and … Continue reading
25 years of pattern mining
This year, we are in 2019, and it is already 25 years since Agrawal wrote his seminal papers on frequent itemset mining and association rule mining in 1994. Since then, there has been thousands of papers published on this topic, some about algorithm design, new pattern mining … Continue reading
(video) Minimal High Utility Itemset Mining with MinFHM
This is a video presentation of the paper “Mining Minimal High Utility Itemsets” about high utility itemset mining using MinFHM. It is the first video of a series of videos that will explain various data mining algorithms. VIDEO LINK : http://www.philippefournierviger.com/spmf/videos/minfhm.mp4 More information … Continue reading
An Introduction to HighUtility Itemset Mining
In this blog post, I will give an introduction about a popular problem in data mining, which is called “highutility itemset mining” or more generally utility mining. I will give an overview of this problem, explains why it is interesting, and provide source code of … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Research, Utility Mining
Tagged data mining, datasets, frequent pattern mining, highutility mining, itemset mining, java, opensource, source code, spmf, utility mining
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Drawing the Powerset of a Set using Java and GraphViz (Hasse Diagram)
In this blog post, I will explain and provide source code to automatically draw the powerset of a set using Java and GraphViz. Drawing a powerset is useful in mathematics and also in computer science, for example in frequent itemset mining, it can … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, General, Mathematics
Tagged graphviz, hasse diagram, itemset mining, java, powerset
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Big Problems only found in Big Data?
Today, I will discuss the topic of Big Data, which is a very popular topic nowadays. The popularity of big data can be seen for example in universities. Many universities are currently searching for professors who do research on “big data”. Moreover, … Continue reading
An introduction to frequent pattern mining
In this blog post, I will give a brief overview of an important subfield of data mining that is called pattern mining. Pattern mining consists of using/developing data mining algorithms to discover interesting, unexpected and useful patterns in databases. Pattern … Continue reading
Posted in Data Mining, Research
Tagged association rule, itemset, itemset mining, pattern mining, sequential patterns
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