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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Minimal generators (or mingen) constitute a remarkable part of the closure space landscape since they are the antipodes of the closures, i.e., minimal sets in the underlying equivalence relation over the powerset of the ground set. As such, they appear in both theoretical and practical problem settings related to closures that stem from fields as diverging as graph theory, database design and data mining. In FCA, though, they have been almost ignored, a fact that has motivated our long-termdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-32262-7_13 fatcat:xhivdzsn4navvnwishvwsbby2i