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2022 ◽  
Vol 355 ◽  
pp. 02033
Tongqiang Jiang ◽  
Xin Chen ◽  
Huan Jiang

At present, China exists a problem that the cost of food sampling inspection is too high. This paper attempts to reduce the number of sampling inspection items in the same food category, reduce the cost of food sampling inspection, and improve the work efficiency through the association analysis of national sampling inspection data. And this paper applies Apriori algorithm to analyse the association rules, which is based on the unqualified pastry sampling inspection data in the 2019 national food sampling inspection database. Finally, we obtain 10 strong association rules through experiments. The results show that this association analysis can reduce the workload of food sampling inspection effectively.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2146 (1) ◽  
pp. 012015
Yuelin Zou ◽  
Tao Wang ◽  
Ayidos Jaynes ◽  
Rong Ma

Abstract With the continuous development and progress of society, electricity has been integrated into people’s lives. However, power transmission is a very complex process that requires power transmission and power system conversion. A large amount of data will be generated during the operation of the power system. Through these data, we can use electricity better and more efficiently. This paper aims to study the power system data application based on data association rules. Based on the analysis of data association rules related algorithms and the application of data association algorithms in the power system, a power failure prediction system is designed and the performance of the system is analyzed. The test results show that the system has a very high transaction success rate, the longest response time does not exceed 20 seconds, and the CPU is operating normally, reaching the expected expectations.

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
pp. 0-0

An exorbitant source of data is easily available but the actual task lies in using this data efficiently. In this article, the aim is to analyse the significant information embedded in the customer purchase behaviour to recommend new products to them. Our proposed scheme is a two-fold approach. First, the authors retrieve various product correlations from the vast library of user transactions. Based on these product correlations, utility based association rules are learned which depict the customer purchase behaviour. These rules are then applied in a recommender system for novel product suggestions to the customers. With improved utility based mining the paper tries to incorporate the usefulness of an item set like cost, profit or any other factor along with their frequency. In this paper the authors have deployed the rules discovered from both the conventional Frequent Item Set Mining and Improved Utility Based Mining on an e-commerce platform to compare the accuracy of the algorithms. The obtained results establish the efficacy of the proposed algorithm.

Axioms ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 17
Fuguang Bao ◽  
Linghao Mao ◽  
Yiling Zhu ◽  
Cancan Xiao ◽  
Chonghuan Xu

At present, association rules have been widely used in prediction, personalized recommendation, risk analysis and other fields. However, it has been pointed out that the traditional framework to evaluate association rules, based on Support and Confidence as measures of importance and accuracy, has several drawbacks. Some papers presented several new evaluation methods; the most typical methods are Lift, Improvement, Validity, Conviction, Chi-square analysis, etc. Here, this paper first analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of common measurement indicators of association rules and then puts forward four new measure indicators (i.e., Bi-support, Bi-lift, Bi-improvement, and Bi-confidence) based on the analysis. At last, this paper proposes a novel Bi-directional interestingness measure framework to improve the traditional one. In conclusion, the bi-directional interestingness measure framework (Bi-support and Bi-confidence framework) is superior to the traditional ones in the aspects of the objective criterion, comprehensive definition, and practical application.

2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-9
Wang Liu ◽  
Peng Pei

Storage is currently a major obstacle to the promotion of hydrogen energy. Hydrogen storage in abandoned coal mines can achieve the effective use of underground space while meeting the growing demand for energy storage facilities, which can bring economic and environmental benefits. However, research in this area has been limited to the conceptual discussion stage, without establishing a scientific evaluation method for the potential of modifying and utilizing abandoned coal mine space. In this study, based on the analytic network process (ANP), the Apriori algorithm is introduced to mine the association rules for various influencing factors. First, the Apriori algorithm is applied to mine association rules between indicators, eliminate unnecessary influence relationships, simplify the network structure model, and optimize the ANP weight calculation results; second, the solution method of judgment matrix is improved with triangular fuzzy numbers, and the index weight is solved by fuzzy nine marks instead of the method of nine scale, which is convenient for experts to give the fuzzy scale while better reflecting the opinions of experts. Finally, the ANP algorithm is applied to rank the weights of the obtained influencing factors, discuss the main factors with higher weights, and analyze the feasibility of converting candidate coal mines into hydrogen storage facilities using the derived evaluation method in the case study. The evaluation methods and conclusions presented in this study provide analytical tools and a decision basis for analyzing the feasibility of converting underground space of abandoned coal mines into hydrogen storage facilities and assessing the economic indicators.

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