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Handling Item Similarity in Behavioral Patterns through General Pattern Mining

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Julie Bu Daher
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Armelle Brun
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Abstract

Modeling human behavior on the Web is often performed by sequential pattern mining (SPM). However, the similarity between data elements often results in the decrease of the number of patterns mined. This work proposes to handle this similarity by managing multiple data sources representing different views of the data. We introduce G_SPM, a behavioral pattern mining algorithm that takes advantage of multi-source data to handle the problem of data similarity. It adopts a selective mining strategy to limit the complexity and forms general patterns to limit the decrease of the patterns. Experimental results confirm that G_SPM succeeds in handling the problem of item similarity. In addition, G_SPM outperforms traditional approaches in terms of runtime and redundancy of the resulting set of patterns.
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hal-02979142 , version 1 (30-10-2020)

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Julie Bu Daher, Armelle Brun. Handling Item Similarity in Behavioral Patterns through General Pattern Mining. The 2020 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology (WI-IAT'20), Dec 2020, Sydney/Virtual, Australia. ⟨hal-02979142⟩
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