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Zhao, P. Deshpande, and J. An array-based algorithm for simultaneous multidi- mensional aggregates. Related Papers. By Mojtaba Heravi and Tabassom Azimi. By Senthamarai Kannan. By Jiawei Ong. Data preprocessing for supervised leaning. Mannila, Toivonen, and Verkamo [MTV97] consider frequent episodes in sequences, where episodes are essentially acyclic graphs of events whose edges specify the temporal before-and-after relationship but without timing-interval restrictions.

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The embedding of multidimensional, multilevel information into a transformed sequence database for sequential pattern mining was proposed by Pinto, Han, Pei, et al.

SeqIndex, efficient sequence indexing by frequent and discriminative analysis of sequential patterns, was studied by Cheng, Yan, and Han [CYH05]. Data mining for periodicity analysis has been an interesting theme in data mining.

Lu, Han, and Feng [LHF98] proposed intertransaction association rules, which are implication rules whose two sides are totally ordered episodes with timing-interval restrictions on the events in the episodes and on the two sides. The notion of mining partial periodicity was first proposed by Han, Dong, and Yin, together with a max-subpattern hit set method [HDY99]. Ma and Hellerstein [MH01] proposed a method for mining partially periodic event patterns with unknown periods. A general introduction can be found in Rabiner [Rab89].

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Mining temporal relationships with multiple granularities in time sequences. Cai, D. Clutter, G.

Pape, J. Han, M. Welge, and L. Chen, G. Dong, J. Han, B. Wah, and J. Multi-dimensional regression analysis of timeseries data streams. Chandrasekaran and M. Streaming queries over streaming data. Cong, J. Han, and D. Parallel mining of closed sequential patterns.

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