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This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifteenth commercial convention on Advances in info Mining, ICDM 2015, held in Hamburg, Germany, in July 2015.
The sixteen revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from various submissions. the subjects diversity from theoretical facets of knowledge mining to functions of knowledge mining, corresponding to in multimedia info, in advertising, in drugs and agriculture, and in method keep an eye on, and society.
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The supermarket chain company that provided the data for our research, limited the transaction data of each store to only for 1 day because of the privacy issues. For the transaction data we have, ﬁrst we have found the “top 20 frequent 1-item, 2-items and 3-items” for the entire data set (73 stores) and for each 5 clusters. Support measure is arranged each time to have top 20 item/itemsets. As seen in Tables 3 and 4, clusters have different frequent items and rules too as they have many common items and rules.
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If 51 % of persons in a cluster are female and 49 % are male, the mode of the gender attribute will be female. However, it is wrong to conclude that the cluster consists primarily of females (the number of females being not much higher than that of males and equal to our overall expectation). t. the given attribute. F. Witschel et al. to unite all statements made by the rules in order to capture a comprehensive picture of the cluster. e. interpreted in a conjunctive way. Since this is a rather complex matter, we may assume that even if we instruct human analysts about it, there is a risk that they take statements from a single rule in isolation and generalise them to the whole cluster.