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Calders, and B. Goethals. Mining all non-derivable frequent itemsets, Principles of Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, 2006. 21. T. Calders, C. Rigotti, and J. F. Boulicaut. A survey on condensed representations for frequent sets. In Constraint-based mining and inductive databases, pp. 64–80, Springer, 2006. 22. J. H. Chang, W. S. Lee. Finding Recent Frequent Itemsets Adaptively over Online Data Streams. ACM KDD Conference, 2003. 23. M. Charikar, K. Chen, and M. Farach-Colton. Finding Frequent Items in Data Streams, Automata, Languages and Programming, pp.

This border must satisfy the downward closure property. The lattice can be traversed with a variety of strategies such as breadth-first or depth-first methods. Furthermore, candidate nodes of the lattice may be generated in many ways, such as using joins, or using lexicographic tree-based extensions. Many of these methods are conceptually equivalent to one another. The following discussion will provide an overview of the different strategies that are commonly used. 2 Join-Based Algorithms Join-based algorithms generate (k + 1)-candidates from frequent k-patterns with the use of joins.

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