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Homogeneity and stability in conceptual analysis

Abstract : This work comes within the field of data analysis using Galois lattices. We consider ordinal, numerical single or interval data as well as data that consist on frequency/probability distributions on a finite set of categories. Data are represented and dealt with on a common framework, by defining a generalization operator that determines intents by intervals. In the case of distribution data, the obtained concepts are more homogeneous and more easily interpretable than those obtained by using the maximum and minimum operators previously proposed. The number of obtained concepts being often rather large, and to limit the influence of atypical elements, we propose to identify stable concepts using interval distances in a cross validation-like approach.
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  • HAL Id : hal-00641749, version 1



Paula Brito, Géraldine Polaillon. Homogeneity and stability in conceptual analysis. 8th International Conference on Concept Lattices and Their Applications (CLA 2011), Oct 2011, Nancy, France. pp.251-263. ⟨hal-00641749⟩



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