Title
Negative pattern discovery with individual support
Abstract
Negative sequential pattern (NSP) discovery is crucial, and sometimes it carries more enlightening information than positive sequential pattern (PSP) mining in data science. Owing to its computational complexity and exponential search space, the task of discovering NSPs is often more difficult and challenging than that for PSPs. To date, a few NSP mining algorithms have been proposed. Particularly, most algorithms only consider a single support for mining, thus they cannot present good results in many special real-world applications. To solve this problem and achieve better efficiency on a long sequence database or a large-scale database, we propose a novel algorithm called Negative Sequential Patterns with Individual Support (NSPIS) in this paper. The projection mechanism is adopted to NSPIS, which allows greatly reduce the search space and simultaneously improve the efficiency. Finally, detailed results of the experiments show that NSPIS can achieve better performance, and it costs less memory on large-scale datasets compared to the state-of-the-art algorithm.
Year
DOI
Venue
2022
10.1016/j.knosys.2022.109194
Knowledge-Based Systems
Keywords
DocType
Volume
Data mining,Sequence data,Sequential pattern,Negative pattern,Individual support
Journal
251
ISSN
Citations 
PageRank 
0950-7051
0
0.34
References 
Authors
0
4
Name
Order
Citations
PageRank
Gengsen Huang100.34
Gan Wensheng2619.98
Shan Huang300.34
Jiahui Chen400.34