Practical data mining of vague and uncertain data

Introducing fuzzy association rule mining

From the developerWorks archives

Daniel Lewis

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: January 28, 2014

With larger and larger amounts of data being generated both privately in business and publicly over the web, data mining is becoming increasingly more interesting and useful. However, traditional data mining is not suited to handle some forms of uncertainty and vagueness. This is where fuzzy set theory can help.

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