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 JCC  Vol.2 No.14 , December 2014
A Scheme for Mining State Association Rules of Process Object Based on Big Data
Abstract: This paper devises a scheme which can discover the state association rules of process object. The scheme aims to dig the hidden close relationships of different links in process object. We adopt a method based on difference and extremum to compute the timing. Clustering is used to classifying the adjusted data, and the next is associating the clusters. Based on the rules of clusters, we produce the rules of links. Association degrees between each two links can be determined. It is easy to get association chains according to the degree. The state association rules that can be obtained in accordance with association rules are the final results. Some industry guidance can be directly summarized from the state association rules, and we can apply the guidance to improve the efficiency of production and operational in allied industries.
Cite this paper: Song, Q. , Guo, Q. , Wang, K. , Du, T. , Qu, S. and Zhang, Y. (2014) A Scheme for Mining State Association Rules of Process Object Based on Big Data. Journal of Computer and Communications, 2, 17-24. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2014.214002.
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