DTEclat: Dynamic threshold based eclat arm algorithm for dna binding

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Data mining is the way towards extracting valuable information from various sources. Eclat is a data mining algorithm which is utilized to search frequent items from an expansive database. ARM which is termed as Association Rule Mining algorithm is an important technique in data mining for learning methods to discover relations between variables in large databases. Utilizing gene expression, Methylation and Protein interaction, an interesting connection between two or three pairs of genes in a biological dataset is recognized. Dynamic thresholds are calculated automatically by analysing the load pattern from the historical data. The thresholds used for this purpose are Distance based Variable Supports.




Dayana, B. D., Preethi, M., Haripriyaa Shri, S. D., Singh, A., & Sanjay Aravind, L. R. (2019). DTEclat: Dynamic threshold based eclat arm algorithm for dna binding. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 7(6), 1991–1995.

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