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A framework for automated association mining over multiple databases

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4 Author(s)
Cinicioglu, E.N. ; Fac. of Bus. Adm., Istanbul Univ., Istanbul, Turkey ; Ertek, G. ; Demirer, D. ; Yoruk, H.E.

Literature on association mining, the data mining methodology that investigates associations between items, has primarily focused on efficiently mining larger databases. The motivation for association mining is to use the rules obtained from historical data to influence future transactions. However, associations in transactional processes change significantly over time, implying that rules extracted for a given time interval may not be applicable for a later time interval. Hence, an analysis framework is necessary to identify how associations change over time. This paper presents such a framework, reports the implementation of the framework as a tool, and demonstrates the applicability of and the necessity for the framework through a case study in the domain of finance.

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Innovations in Intelligent Systems and Applications (INISTA), 2011 International Symposium on

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15-18 June 2011