Lotfi Lakhal


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Lotfi

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Lakhal

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2012 Constrained Closed and Quotient Cubes in ADVANCES IN KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY AND MANAGEMENT
  • 2011 Towards a Parallel Approach for Incremental Mining of Functional Dependencies on Multi-core Systems in KNOWLEDGE-BASED AND INTELLIGENT INFORMATION AND ENGINEERING SYSTEMS
  • 2011 The Agree Concept Lattice for Multidimensional Database Analysis in FORMAL CONCEPT ANALYSIS
  • 2010 Constrained Closed Datacubes in FORMAL CONCEPT ANALYSIS
  • 2009 Closed Cube Lattices in NEW TRENDS IN DATA WAREHOUSING AND DATA ANALYSIS
  • 2008 Upper Borders for Emerging Cubes in DATA WAREHOUSING AND KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY
  • 2007 Emerging Cubes for Trends Analysis in Olap Databases in DATA WAREHOUSING AND KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY
  • 2007 Convex Cube: Towards a Unified Structure for Multidimensional Databases in DATABASE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS
  • 2006 Lossless Reduction of Datacubes in DATABASE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS
  • 2005-06-10 Incremental inheritance model for an OODBMS in DATABASE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS
  • 2005-01 Generating a Condensed Representation for Association Rules in JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • 2005 Essential Patterns: A Perfect Cover of Frequent Patterns in DATA WAREHOUSING AND KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY
  • 2005 Efficient Mining of Association Rules Based on Formal Concept Analysis in FORMAL CONCEPT ANALYSIS
  • 2003 Mining Concise Representations of Frequent Multidimensional Patterns in CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURES FOR KNOWLEDGE CREATION AND COMMUNICATION
  • 2002 Computing Full and Iceberg Datacubes Using Partitions in FOUNDATIONS OF INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS
  • 2001 Intelligent Structuring and Reducing of Association Rules with Formal Concept Analysis in KI 2001: ADVANCES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • 2000 Mining Minimal Non-redundant Association Rules Using Frequent Closed Itemsets in COMPUTATIONAL LOGIC — CL 2000
  • 2000 Knowledge Discovery from Very Large Databases Using Frequent Concept Lattices in MACHINE LEARNING: ECML 2000
  • 2000 Efficient Discovery of Functional Dependencies and Armstrong Relations in ADVANCES IN DATABASE TECHNOLOGY — EDBT 2000
  • 1999-01-15 Discovering Frequent Closed Itemsets for Association Rules in DATABASE THEORY — ICDT’99
  • 1997 Towards an object database approach for managing concept lattices in CONCEPTUAL MODELING — ER '97
  • 1994 Matrix relation for statistical database management in ADVANCES IN DATABASE TECHNOLOGY — EDBT '94
  • 1989 RTL a Relation and Table Language for statistical databases in MFDBS 89
  • 1989 Complex-statistical-table structure and operators for macro statistical databases in FOUNDATIONS OF DATA ORGANIZATION AND ALGORITHMS
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