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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The local pattern mining literature has long struggled with the so-called pattern explosion problem: the size of the set of patterns found exceeds the size of the original data. This causes computational problems (enumerating a large set of patterns will inevitably take a substantial amount of time) as well as problems for interpretation and usability (trawling through a large set of patterns is often impractical). Two complementary research lines aim to address this problem. The first aims todoi:10.1007/978-3-030-44584-3_7 fatcat:6djzaqymsbcbtbqlocobtd2gdi