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Title: Predator-Miner: Ad hoc mining of associations rules within a database management system
Authors: Tok, W.H. 
Ong, T.H. 
Low, W.L.
Atmosukarto, I. 
Bressan, S. 
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: Tok, W.H.,Ong, T.H.,Low, W.L.,Atmosukarto, I.,Bressan, S. (2002). Predator-Miner: Ad hoc mining of associations rules within a database management system. Proceedings - International Conference on Data Engineering : 327-328. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this demonstration, we present a prototype system, Predator-Miner, which extends Predator with an relational-like association rule mining operator to support data mining operations. Predator-Miner allows a user to combine association rule mining queries with SQL queries: This approach towards tight integration differs from existing techniques of using user-defined functions (UDFs), stored procedures, or re-expressing a mining query as several SQL queries in two aspects. First, by encapsulating the task of association rule mining in a relational operator, we allow association rule mining to be considered as part of the query plan, on which query optimization can be performed on the mining query holistically. Second, by integrating it as a relational operator, we can leverage on the mature field of relational database technology. We extend Predator to support a variant of DMQL, and allow SQL and DMQL to be intermixed in a query. We also demonstrate a cost-based mining query optimization frame-work.
Source Title: Proceedings - International Conference on Data Engineering
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