Paper title:

Is Toscana A Formal Concept Analysis Based Solution In Web Usage Mining?

Published in: Issue 2, (Vol. 6) / 2012
Publishing date: 2011-10-24
Pages: 83-91
Author(s): SITAR- TAUT Dan- Andrei
Abstract. Analyzing large amount of data come from web logs represents a complex, but challenging nowadays problem with implication in various fields, thing that lets open a way for theoretically infinite approaches an implementations. The main goal of our paper represents the possibility of applying the formal concept analysis as viable solution of sustaining the web mining process, based on a technological open-source solution called TOSCANA.
Keywords: Web Usage Mining, Web Mining, Data Mining, Formal Concept Analysis, Context, Relational Databases
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