@article{K.V.Kanimozhi, Dr.Rajakumarkrishnan, Dr.M.Venkatesan_2020, title={Weighted Frequent Pattern based Agglomerative Clustering for large unstructured text data}, volume={13}, url={http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/11736}, abstractNote={<p><em>Processing large amount of text using traditional clustering methods are key challenges.Research communities have proposed the various clustering approaches for analyzing unstructured data. Frequent item based clustering method is one of the mostly used clustering for text analytic domain. An approach based on Frequent Weighted Utility Itemsets (FWUI) and then clustering using the MC (Maximum Capturing) algorithm is one of the most effective methods for text clustering. However, the Maximum Capturing clusteringAlgorithm based on the similarity matrix leads to a lot of irrelevant clusters that arenâ€™t desired. In this work, Weighted Frequent Pattern based Agglomerative Clustering(WFUP_AC)is proposed for clustering large text data.First, the Term Frequency (TF) is calculated for each term in the documents to create a weight matrix for all documents. The weights of terms in documents are based on the Inverse Document Frequency. The WFUP algorithm is applied for mining Weighted Frequent Utility Pattern (WFUP) from a number matrix and the weights of terms in documents. Then based on frequent utility itemsets, a similarity matrix is obtained for each document where each entry equals to common frequent itemset between two documents. Then distance matrix is calculated from the similarity matrix, finally Hierarchical Agglomerative Clustering method is applied on the Distance matrix using complete linkage and cut the dendrogram as per the need. Our proposed method has been evaluated on two text document data sets like newsgroup and Reuters data sets with different size consisting of 100,300,500 and 1000 documents. The experimental results show that our method, weighted frequent pattern based agglomerative clustering (WFUP_AC) improves the accuracy of the text clustering compared to MC clustering methods using FIs(Frequent Itemset) and FWUIs.</em></p>}, number={2s}, journal={International Journal of Control and Automation}, author={K.V.Kanimozhi, Dr.Rajakumarkrishnan, Dr.M.Venkatesan}, year={2020}, month={Apr.}, pages={151 - 164} }