Mining Frequent Synchronous Patterns based on Item Cover Similarity

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EZENNAYA-GOMEZ, Salatiel, Christian BORGELT, 2018. Mining Frequent Synchronous Patterns based on Item Cover Similarity. In: International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems. 11(1), pp. 525-539. ISSN 1875-6891. eISSN 1875-6883. Available under: doi: 10.2991/ijcis.11.1.39

@article{EzennayaGomez2018Minin-45355, title={Mining Frequent Synchronous Patterns based on Item Cover Similarity}, year={2018}, doi={10.2991/ijcis.11.1.39}, number={1}, volume={11}, issn={1875-6891}, journal={International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems}, pages={525--539}, author={Ezennaya-Gomez, Salatiel and Borgelt, Christian} }

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