Tag Archives: pattern

Sneak peak at the new user interface of SPMF (part 3)

Today, I would like to talk to you about another upcoming feature of the next version of SPMF (2.60), which will be released soon. It will be a Workflow Editor that will allow the user to select multiple algorithms from … Continue reading

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SPMF: upcoming feature: The Memory Viewer

Today, I would like to introduce an upcoming feature that will be released in the next version of SPMF (v. 2.60). It is a tool called the Memory Viewer. This tool is very simple yet useful for investigating the performance … Continue reading

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Test your knowledge of sequential rule mining!

Do you know about sequential rule mining? It is a popular task in pattern mining that aims at finding rules in sequences. In this blog post, I will give a list of 8 questions and answers to evaluate your knowledge … Continue reading

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Introduction to Rare Itemset Mining

In the last decades, many data mining algorithms were developed to find interesting patterns in data (pattern mining). In particular, a lot of studies have been done about discovering frequent patterns (patterns that appear frequently) in a data. A classic … Continue reading

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(video) TKQ : Top-K Quantitative High Utility Itemset Mining

In this blog post, I will share a short video¬†about a new algorithms for top-k quantitative high utility itemset mining, which will be presented at ADMA 2021. Here is the link to watch the paper presentation:https://www.philippe-fournier-viger.com/spmf/videos/poerm_video.mp4 And here is the … Continue reading

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Introduction to frequent subranking mining

Rankings are made in many fields, as we naturally tend to rank objects, persons or things, in different contexts. For example, in a singing or a sport competition, some judges will rank participants from worst to best and give prizes to … Continue reading

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