The recent success of XML as a standard to represent semi-structured data, and the increasing amount of available XML data, pose new challenges to the data mining community. In this paper we present the XMINE operator a tool we developed to extract XML association rules for XML documents. The operator, that is based on XPath and inspired by the syntax of XQuery, allows us to express complex mining tasks, compactly and intuitively. XMINE can be used to specify indifferently (and simultaneously) mining tasks both on the content and on the structure of the data, since the distinction in XML is slight.

A tool for extracting XML association rules

Braga D.;Campi A.;Ceri S.;Lanzi P.
2002

Abstract

The recent success of XML as a standard to represent semi-structured data, and the increasing amount of available XML data, pose new challenges to the data mining community. In this paper we present the XMINE operator a tool we developed to extract XML association rules for XML documents. The operator, that is based on XPath and inspired by the syntax of XQuery, allows us to express complex mining tasks, compactly and intuitively. XMINE can be used to specify indifferently (and simultaneously) mining tasks both on the content and on the structure of the data, since the distinction in XML is slight.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence
10636730
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