IMPORTANT: This is the old Data Mining forum.

I keep it online so that you can read the old messages.

Please post your new messages in the

Current Page: 1 of 1

Results 1 - 9 of 9

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Thanks a lot, Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger. I will check these papers.
Best regards,
Xiaowei

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Thanks a lot, Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger. I mean What is the minimum number of observations(sequences) required for Sequential rule mining? In general, rules can be identified as long as there is a sequence, that is, the minimum number of sequences is 1. However, I want to know what is the minimum number of sequences commonly used?

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Dear Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger,
Happy Chinese New Year! Thank you for your reply, which helped me a lot.
I also want to ask you another question about the sample size. What is the minimum number of observations(sequences) required for Sequential rule mining? Is there a standard or index to define the sample size? in addition to support and confidence, are there other indicators to

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Dear Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger,
I'm Xiaowei. I am using the ERMiner algorithm to identify some sequence rules. However, My sequence data always starts with 85 (Sydney), most of the rule results (x = = > y) are that 85 is y, not X. I'm confused. Could you tell me why? Thanks a lot.
Best regards,
Xiaowei
My sequence data is as follows:
@CONVERTED_FROM_TEXT
@ITEM=1=ALBURY

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Hi Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger,
According to your suggestion, I use Skopus algorithm, but I get sequence patterns, not sequence rules. Sequence patterns are not the same thing as sequence rules, are they? Therefore, to get sequence rules, it seems that this algorithm doesn't work. Do you have any other algorithm suggestions?
Best regards,
Xiaowei

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Hi Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger, thank you for your time and effort addressing those comments. Your insights can contribute our revision. Thank you again.
Best regards,
Xiaowei

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Thanks a lot, Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger. Your reply is timely and helpful. Thank you again.
In fact, I am using the algorithms you proposed to investigate tourist movement, and have received some comments from reviewers, but I don't know how to respond. Could you give me some advice?
Our sequence database was input into the TopSeqRules, TNS, TruleGrowth, and ERMiner algorithm respect

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Another question is, what is the difference between memory scalability and memory consumption/usage?

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

2 years ago

1164399783@qq.com

Dear Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger,
I'm Xiaowei, a lecture at Zhejiang Gongshang University. Recently, I saw the expression "TRuleGrowth has better memory scalability" in your articles named “Mining Sequential Rules Common to Several Sequences with the Window Size Constraint”. However, I didn't understang the memory scalability. Could you define and explain this term for me?

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Forum: The Data Mining / Big Data Forum

Current Page: 1 of 1