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Knowledge computation tasks are often infeasible for large data sets. This is in particular true when deriving knowledge bases in formal concept analysis (FCA). Hence, it is essential to come up with techniques to cope with this problem. Many successful methods are based on random processes to reduce the size of the investigated data set. This, however, makes them hardly interpretable with respect to the discovered knowledge. Other approaches restrict themselves to highly supported subsets andarXiv:2002.11776v1 fatcat:7nkykkajxfev7au46qlzqbhw44