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On Finding Frequent Patterns in Event Sequences

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On Finding Frequent Patterns in Event Sequences
Given a directed acyclic graph with labeled vertices, we consider the problem of finding the most common label sequences ("traces") among all paths in the graph (of some maximum length m). Since the number of paths can be huge, we propose novel algorithms whose time complexity depends only on the size of the graph, and on the frequency of the most frequent traces. In addition, we apply techniques from streaming algorithms to achieve space usage that depends only on , and not on the number of distinct traces. ract problem considered models a variety of tasks concerning finding frequent patterns in event sequences. Our motivation comes from working with a data set of 2 million RFID readings from baggage trolleys at Copenhagen Airport. The question of finding frequent passenger movement patterns is mapped to the above problem. We report on experimental findings for this data set.
Andrea Campagna, Rasmus Pagh
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Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Andrea Campagna, Rasmus Pagh
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