Development and advancement of classifier that works with more exactness and perform productively for expansive database is one of the key assignment of information mining methods. Also preparing dataset over and over produces enormous measure of guidelines. It's exceptionally hard to store, recover, prune, and sort an immense number of tenets capably before applying to a classifier. In such circumstance FP is the best decision however issue with this methodology is that it creates excess FP Tree. A Frequent example tree (FP-tree) is kind of prefix tree that permits the discovery of intermittent (continuous) thing set select of the hopeful thing set era. It is foreseen to recover the blemish of existing mining strategies. FP Trees seeks after the partition and overcomes strategy. In this theory we have adjust the same thought for distinguishing visit thing set with extensive database. For this we have coordinated a positive and negative standard mining idea with continuous example calculation and connection methodology is utilized to refine the affiliation administer and give an important affiliation rules for our objective. Our strategy performs well and creates remarkable guidelines without vagueness.
Prof. Vivek Badhe, Parul Richharia
FP, Frequent Itemset, Positive Negative Rules.
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Prof. Vivek Badhe, Parul Richharia, "Positive and Negative Rule Detection In Association Rule Using Correlation Approach Technique for Refinement of Association Rule Mining", International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJSRSET), Print ISSN : 2395-1990, Online ISSN : 2394-4099, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp.499-503, September-October-2016.
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