On the complementarity of OLAP and rich associations mining

author: David Chudán, University of Economics, Prague
published: Nov. 4, 2011,   recorded: October 2011,   views: 2878


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The paper presents a comparison of possibilities and proposal for complementary use of OLAP and the rich variant of association rule mining based on the GUHA method. The rationale is to determine the point when it is useful for the analyst to proceed from OLAP to descriptive data mining, as well as the point of return from data mining results to OLAP in order to see them in a broader view.

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