Construction also, improvement of classifier that work with more precision and perform productively for vast database is one of the key errand of information mining methods [l7] . Besides preparing dataset over and over produces huge measure of principles. It's exceptionally difficult to store, recover, prune, and sort an enormous number of standards capably before applying to a classifier . In such circumstance FP is the best decision yet issue with this methodology is that it produces repetitive FP Tree. A Frequent example tree (FP-tree) is a sort of prefix tree  that permits the identification of repetitive (continuous) thing set restrictive of the competitor thing set era . It is expected to recover the blemish of existing mining strategies. FP-Trees seeks after the gap and overcomes strategy. In this paper we have embrace the same thought of creator  to manage vast database. For this we have incorporated a positive and negative tenet mining idea with regular example (FP) of characterization. Our technique performs well and creates special tenets without uncertainty.
Prof.Neeraj Shukla, Arpita Sen
Association, FP, FP-Tree, Nagtive, Positive
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Prof.Neeraj Shukla, Arpita Sen, "An Improved Association Rule Mining with Frquent Itemset Relationship Technique", International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJSRSET), Print ISSN : 2395-1990, Online ISSN : 2394-4099, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp.46-52, September-October-2016.
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