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|Title: ||Sequence Data Mining|
|Authors: ||Devika Rani. S|
|Keywords: ||Sequence data mining, pattern mining, gsp algorithm, SPADE, prefix projected sequential pattern mining, candidate generation|
|Issue Date: ||23-Jun-2011|
|Abstract: ||The concept of sequence Data Mining was first introduced by Rakesh Agrawal and Ramakrishnan Srikant in the year 1995. The problem was first introduced in the context of market analysis. It aimed to retrieve frequent patterns in the sequences of products purchased by customers through time ordered transactions.
Later on it’s application was extended to complex applications like telecommunication, network detection, DNA research, etc. Several algorithms were proposed. The very first was Apriori algorithm, which was put forward by the founders itself. Later more scalable algorithms for complex applications were developed. Eg: GSP, Spade, PrefixSpan, etc. The area underwent considerable advancements since it’s introduction in a short span.
Due to the exponential shoot in the amount of data generated in the world every second, it’s application on different domains gains more importance.|
|Appears in Collections:||MTech 2010-2012 Batch|
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