A Novel Approach for Association Mining Based on Matrix Factorization and Deep Neural Network

Harvendra Kumar (IFTM University Moradabad, India)

Association Rule Mining (ARM) is used for distinguishing proof of relationship between a substantial arrangement of information objects. Because of the vast quantity of information held in databases, businesses are concerned about unauthorized extraction of mining affiliation rules from their databases. This paper present a viable instance of applying market basket analysis on a certifiable deals exchange informational collection utilizing time arrangement grouping, as opposed to utilizing customary affiliation manage mining. Association Rule Mining is used to discover interesting patterns from a large database. Because of the vast quantity of information held in databases, it is difficult to extract useful information. Our proposed grouping process finds numerous arrangements of reciprocal parts, where each arrangement of parts are utilized to make a similar item. Such data is helpful for strategically pitching and estimation. We present a Deep Neural Network based approach for Association Rule Mining(ARM). The analysis of the proposed framework suggests that the usage of Deep Neural Networks with matrix factorization will help in mining association rules that are normally invisible.

Journal: International Journal of Simulation- Systems, Science and Technology- IJSSST V20

Published: Feb 27, 2019

DOI: 10.5013/IJSSST.a.20.01.25