An Efficient Data mining Algorithm for Discovering Sequential Patterns in Temporal Databases

  • S.P.Priyadharshini, M.Jaganathan

Abstract

The sequential pattern mining on progressive databases is very new approach, in which many researchers progressively discover the sequential patterns in period of interest. To design an effective evaluation method to assess the quality of the mined results in sequential data. An effective and efficient batch free algorithm for mining sequential patterns over data streams is existing system. Phase 1 proposed to be explicit High Utility Rare Itemset Mining Algorithm using Temporal Concept. Temporal data mining can be characterized as the movement of finding intriguing correlations or patterns in vast sets of temporal data. Phase 2 proposed calculating being FP-Growth based, Constraint-based Prefix range lessens competitor age and takes a shot at anticipated prefix database. Constraint-based Prefix Span calculation isn't confined to ordinary Sequential Pattern Mining (SPM) parameter recurrence however joins six increasingly vital parameters like Gap, Decency, Compactness/Duration, Profitability, Item and Length. Phase 3 proposed the most acclaimed frequent pattern mining calculations is the Apriori calculation. It applies to produce and-test worldview in mining frequent patterns in a dimension shrewd, bottom-up fashion. Phase 4 proposed BFSPMINER: Batch-Free Sequential Pattern Miner calculation for adequately and effectively mining examples in streams without being obliged to the bunch based handling. Exhibited BFSPMiner, a sequential pattern mining calculation intended for information streams. The overall research performance was evaluated with different metrics. The proposed model shows significant improvement when compared to the existing models.

Published
2020-11-01
How to Cite
S.P.Priyadharshini, M.Jaganathan. (2020). An Efficient Data mining Algorithm for Discovering Sequential Patterns in Temporal Databases. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 5850 - 5866. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/33281
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