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An incremental approach for inducing knowledge from dynamic information systems

(2009) FUNDAMENTA INFORMATICAE. 94(2). p.245-260
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Knowledge in an information system evolves with its dynamical environment. A new concept of interesting knowledge based on both accuracy and coverage is defined in this paper for dynamic information systems. An incremental model and approach as well as its algorithm for inducing interesting knowledge are proposed when the object set varies over time. A case study validates the feasibility of the proposed method.
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dynamic information systems, data mining, coverage, accuracy, interesting knowledge, Rough sets

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Liu, Dun, Tianrui Li, Da Ruan, et al. “An Incremental Approach for Inducing Knowledge from Dynamic Information Systems.” FUNDAMENTA INFORMATICAE 94.2 (2009): 245–260. Print.
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Liu, Dun, Li, T., Ruan, D., & Zou, W. (2009). An incremental approach for inducing knowledge from dynamic information systems. FUNDAMENTA INFORMATICAE, 94(2), 245–260.
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Liu, Dun, Tianrui Li, Da Ruan, and Weili Zou. 2009. “An Incremental Approach for Inducing Knowledge from Dynamic Information Systems.” Fundamenta Informaticae 94 (2): 245–260.
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Liu, Dun, Tianrui Li, Da Ruan, and Weili Zou. 2009. “An Incremental Approach for Inducing Knowledge from Dynamic Information Systems.” Fundamenta Informaticae 94 (2): 245–260.
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Liu D, Li T, Ruan D, Zou W. An incremental approach for inducing knowledge from dynamic information systems. FUNDAMENTA INFORMATICAE. 2009;94(2):245–60.
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D. Liu, T. Li, D. Ruan, and W. Zou, “An incremental approach for inducing knowledge from dynamic information systems,” FUNDAMENTA INFORMATICAE, vol. 94, no. 2, pp. 245–260, 2009.
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  abstract     = {Knowledge in an information system evolves with its dynamical environment. A new concept of interesting knowledge based on both accuracy and coverage is defined in this paper for dynamic information systems. An incremental model and approach as well as its algorithm for inducing interesting knowledge are proposed when the object set varies over time. A case study validates the feasibility of the proposed method.},
  author       = {Liu, Dun and Li, Tianrui and Ruan, Da and Zou, Weili},
  issn         = {0169-2968},
  journal      = {FUNDAMENTA INFORMATICAE},
  keywords     = {dynamic information systems,data mining,coverage,accuracy,interesting knowledge,Rough sets},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {245--260},
  title        = {An incremental approach for inducing knowledge from dynamic information systems},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/FI-2009-129},
  volume       = {94},
  year         = {2009},
}

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