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## CS297 Proposal## Fast algorithm for data miningAarathi Raghu (aarathi99@yahoo.com)
The Apriori algorithm [Agarwal1994] is a common algorithm for mining association rules from large datasets. Recently, Lin and Louie have proposed using bitmaps to improve the speed of this algorithm. Further, Lin, Hu, and Louie,have proposed a way to look at association rules as a lattice. A basis for this lattice could be used to generate any association rule for a given dataset. However, algorithms for generating a basis for this lattice are potentially exponential time. The goal of this project is to implement and test this lattice generating algorithm for datasets which follow a particular kind of distribution, for example, a Zipf distribution. We are hoping that for different kinds of distributions the algorithm might run faster and also be easily improved. Based on our experiments, we will suggest improvements to this algorithm.
The full project will be done when CS298 is completed. The following will be done by the end of CS297: 1. Apriori algorithm using bitmaps (not yet a disk-based implementation) 2. Disk-based implementation of the Apriori algorithm 3. Lattice-basis generating algorithm 4. Preliminary experimental results 5. CS 297 Report.
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