Mining class-bridge rules based on rough sets

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Elsevier Science
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Expert Systems with Applications, 2009, 36 (3), pp. 6453 - 6460
Issue Date:
2009-01
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A class-bridge rule is the rule whose antecedent and consequent belong to different conceptual classes. This kind of rules stands for the correlation between conceptual classes. The study on class-bridge rules can benefit many domains such as criminal detection, chemical synthesis, biological grafting, etc. Class-bridge rules are different from other association rules as follows: (1) class-bridge rules can be generated from infrequent itemsets; (2) measurements of class-bridge rules include the distance between conceptual classes and the relation between the antecedents/consequents and their affiliated conceptual classes. This paper proposes an algorithm based on rough sets to mine and evaluate class-bridge rules. The experiment demonstrates its effectiveness.
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