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Association Rules and Statistics

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This work was previously published in Encyclopedia of Data Warehousing and Mining, edited by J. Wang, pp. 74-77, copyright 2005 by
IGI Publishing, formerly known as Idea Group Publishing (an imprint of IGI Global).