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Presentasi Eclat
Kelompok 3
Prodi Statistika
Jurusan Matematika
Fakultas MIPA
Universitas Hasanuddin

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  • 2. Metode Pencarian Alternatif• Gambaran penyilangan Itemset Lattice– Umum-Khusus vs Khusus-UmumFrequentitemsetborder null{a1,a2,...,an}(a) General-to-specificnull{a1,a2,...,an}Frequentitemsetborder(b) Specific-to-general........Frequentitemsetbordernull{a1,a2,...,an}(c) Bidirectional....Apriori Eclat ???
  • 3. • Gambaran penyilangan Itemset Lattice– Breadth-first(Menyeluruh) vs Depth-first(Mendalam)(a) Breadth first (b) Depth firstMetode Pencarian Alternatif
  • 4. ECLAT: Metode Pembentukan Itemset• ECLAT: untuk setiap item, dinyatakan dalam tabeltransaction ids (tids); tampilan data vertikalTID Items1 A,B,E2 B,C,D3 C,E4 A,C,D5 A,B,C,D6 A,E7 A,B8 A,B,C9 A,C,D10 BHorizontalData LayoutA B C D E1 1 2 2 14 2 3 4 35 5 4 5 66 7 8 97 8 98 109Vertical Data LayoutTID-list
  • 5. ECLAT: Metode Pembentukan Itemset• Tentukan support (pendukung) dari setiap k-itemset denganmenyilangkan tid-lists dari kedua (k-1) subset.• 3 pendekatan penyilangan:– Atas-bawah, bawah-atas dan gabungan• Keuntungan: Proses hitung support lebih cepat dibandingkanalgoritma apriori• Kerugian: ukuran tid (vertikal) lebih besar dibandingkanapriori, sehingga memenuhi memoriA1456789B1257810 AB1578
  • 6. First scan – determine frequent 1-itemsets, then build headerTID Items1 {A,B}2 {B,C,D}3 {A,C,D,E}4 {A,D,E}5 {A,B,C}6 {A,B,C,D}7 {B,C}8 {A,B,C}9 {A,B,D}10 {B,C,E}B 8A 7C 7D 5E 3
  • 7. FP-tree constructionTID Items1 {A,B}2 {B,C,D}3 {A,C,D,E}4 {A,D,E}5 {A,B,C}6 {A,B,C,D}7 {B,C}8 {A,B,C}9 {A,B,D}10 {B,C,E}nullB:1A:1After reading TID=1:After reading TID=2:nullB:2A:1C:1D:1
  • 8. FP-Tree ConstructionTID Items1 {A,B}2 {B,C,D}3 {A,C,D,E}4 {A,D,E}5 {A,B,C}6 {A,B,C,D}7 {B,C}8 {A,B,C}9 {A,B,D}10 {B,C,E}TransactionDatabaseItem PointerB 8A 7C 7D 5E 3Header tableB:8A:5nullC:3D:1A:2C:1D:1E:1D:1E:1C:3D:1D:1 E:1Chain pointers help in quickly finding all the pathsof the tree containing some given item.
  • 9. FP-Growth (I)• FP-growth generates frequent itemsets from an FP-tree byexploring the tree in a bottom-up fashion.• Given the example tree, the algorithm looks for frequentitemsets ending in E first, followed by D, C, A, and finally, B.• Since every transaction is mapped onto a path in the FP-tree, wecan derive the frequent itemsets ending with a particular item,say, E, by examining only the paths containing node E.• These paths can be accessed rapidly using the pointersassociated with node E.
  • 10. Paths containing node EB:3nullC:3A:2C:1D:1E:1D:1E:1E:1B:8A:5nullC:3D:1A:2C:1D:1E:1D:1E:1C:3D:1D:1 E:1
  • 11. Conditional FP-Tree for E• We now need to build a conditional FP-Tree for E, which is thetree of itemsets include in E.• It is not the tree obtained in previous slide as result of deletingnodes from the original tree.• Why? Because the order of the items change.– In this example, D has a higher than E count.
  • 12. Conditional FP-Tree for EAdding up the counts for D we get2, so {E,D} is frequent itemset.We continue recursively.Base of recursion: When the treehas a single path only.B:3nullC:3A:2C:1D:1E:1D:1E:1E:1The set of paths containing E.Insert each path (after truncatingE) into a new tree.Item PointerC 4B 3A 2D 2Header tableThe newheaderC:3nullB:3C:1A:1D:1A:1D:1TheconditionalFP-Tree for E
  • 13. FP-Tree Another ExampleA B C E F OA C GE IA C D E GA C E G LE JA B C E F PA C DA C E G MA C E G NA:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GFreq. 1-Itemsets.Supp. Count 2Transactions Transactions with items sorted basedon frequencies, and ignoring theinfrequent items.
  • 14. FP-Tree after reading 1st transactionA:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GnullA:1C:1E:1B:1F:1Header
  • 15. FP-Tree after reading 2nd transactionA C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:2C:2E:1B:1F:1Header
  • 16. FP-Tree after reading 3rd transactionA C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:2C:2E:1B:1F:1HeaderE:1
  • 17. A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GFP-Tree after reading 4th transactionG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:3C:3E:2B:1F:1HeaderE:1G:1D:1
  • 18. A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GFP-Tree after reading 5th transactionG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:4C:4E:3B:1F:1HeaderE:1G:2D:1
  • 19. A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GFP-Tree after reading 6th transactionG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:4C:4E:3B:1F:1HeaderE:2G:2D:1
  • 20. A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GFP-Tree after reading 7th transactionG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:5C:5E:4B:2F:2HeaderE:2G:2D:1
  • 21. A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GFP-Tree after reading 8th transactionG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:6C:6E:4B:2F:2HeaderE:2G:2D:1D:1
  • 22. A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GFP-Tree after reading 9th transactionG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:7C:7E:5B:2F:2HeaderE:2G:3D:1D:1
  • 23. A C E B FA C GEA C E G DA C E GEA C E B FA C DA C E GA C E GFP-Tree after reading 10th transactionG:1A:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:8C:8E:6B:2F:2HeaderE:2G:4D:1D:1
  • 24. Conditional FP-Tree for FA:8C:8E:8G:5B:2D:2F:2nullA:8C:8E:6B:2F:2HeaderThere is only a single path containing FA:2C:2E:2B:2nullA:2C:2E:2B:2New Header
  • 25. Recursion• We continue recursively on theconditional FP-Tree for F.• However, when the tree is just asingle path it is the base case forthe recursion.• So, we just produce all the subsetsof the items on this path mergedwith F.{F} {A,F} {C,F} {E,F} {B,F}{A,C,F}, …,{A,C,E,F}A:6C:6E:5B:2nullA:2C:2E:2B:2New Header
  • 26. Conditional FP-Tree for DA:2C:2nullA:2C:2New HeadernullA:8C:8E:6G:4D:1D:1Paths containing D after updating the countsThe other items areremoved as infrequent.The tree is just a single path; it isthe base case for the recursion.So, we just produce all thesubsets of the items on this pathmerged with D.{D} {A,D} {C,D} {A,C,D}