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Title of paper: Generalized net of the process of association rules discovery by Eclat algorithm using weather databases
Author(s):
Veselina Bureva
"Prof. Asen Zlatarov" University, 1 “Prof. Yakimov” Blvd, Burgas–8010, Bulgaria
vesito_ka@abv.bg
Evdokia Sotirova
Prof. Asen Zlatarov” University, 1 “Prof. Yakimov” Blvd, Burgas–8010, Bulgaria
esotirova@btu.bg
Presented at: 14th IWGN, Burgas, 29-30 November 2013
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 1—10
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Abstract: In the present paper, a Generated net model is constructed to determine the possibility of forest fire by association rules. To model the process, we use frequent pattern mining by the Eclat algorithm. A pattern is considered to be frequent when it occurs in the data more often than a predefined minimum support frequency. Frequent pattern mining is a step of the process of association rules discovery. Eclat algorithm uses vertical data format for generating frequent patterns, with associative rules having the If A then B form. The proposed Generated net model should both fit well the input metrological observations, and correctly predict previously unknown weather parameters. It can be used for monitoring of the possibility of fire via frequent pattern mining depending on metrological conditions.
Keywords: Generalized Net, Association rules, Weather databases, Frequent pattern mining, Data Mining, Knowledge Discovery.
AMS Classification: 68Q85, 62H30.
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