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Author Herawan, Tutut ♦ Maseri, Wan ♦ Mohd, Wan
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Web Transaction ♦ Rough Set Membership ♦ Baseline Technique ♦ Rough Membership Function ♦ Group Web Transaction ♦ Uci Benchmark Datasets ♦ Upper Approximation ♦ Information Management ♦ Important Technique ♦ Processing Time ♦ Transaction Similarity Class ♦ Experimental Process ♦ Rough Set Theory ♦ Web Cluster ♦ Low Time Complexity ♦ Rough Approximation-based Clustering Technique ♦ Alternative Technique ♦ Experimental Result ♦ Web Data
Abstract One of the most important techniques to improve information management on the web in order to obtain better understanding of user's behaviour is clustering web data. Currently, the rough approximation-based clustering technique has been used to group web transactions into clusters. It is based on the similarity of upper approximations of transactions to merge between two or more clusters. However, in reviewing the technique, it has a weakness in terms of processing time in obtaining web clusters. In this paper, an alternative technique for grouping web transactions using rough set theory, named RMF is proposed. It is based on the rough membership function of a transaction similarity class with respect to the other classes. The two UCI benchmarks datasets are opted in the experimental processes. The experimental results reveal that the proposed technique has an benefit of low time complexity as compared to the baseline technique up to 67 %.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
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Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study