Discovering Relevant Cross-Graph Cliques in Dynamic Networks

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Discovering Relevant Cross-Graph Cliques in Dynamic Networks
Abstract. Several algorithms, namely CubeMiner, Trias, and DataPeeler, have been recently proposed to mine closed patterns in ternary relations. We consider here the specific context where a ternary relation denotes the value of a graph adjacency matrix at different timestamps. Then, we discuss the constraint-based extraction of patterns in such dynamic graphs. We formalize the concept of δ-contiguous closed 3-clique and we discuss the availability of a complete algorithm for mining them. It is based on a specialization of the enumeration strategy implemented in Data-Peeler. Indeed, clique relevancy can be specified by means of a conjunction of constraints which can be efficiently exploited. The added-value of our strategy is assessed on a real dataset about a public bicycle renting system. The raw data encode the relationships between the renting stations during one year. The extracted δ-contiguous closed 3-cliques are shown to be consistent with our domain knowledge on the consi...
Loïc Cerf, Tran Bao Nhan Nguyen, Jean-Fran&cc
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Authors Loïc Cerf, Tran Bao Nhan Nguyen, Jean-François Boulicaut
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