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Comparative Study of UP Growth and Improved UP Growth Aishwarya Walawalkar Computer Engineering DeptRamrao Adik Inst of TechNavi Mumbai, [email protected] Shetty Computer Engineering DeptRamrao Adik Inst of TechNavi Mumbai, [email protected] Bhope Computer Engineering DeptRamrao Adik Inst of TechNavi Mumbai, [email protected] Samruddhi Suryavanshi       Aditi Chhabria  Computer Engineering Dept Computer Engineering Dept    Ramrao Adik Inst of Tech  Ramrao Adik Inst of Tech         Navi Mumbai, India        Navi Mumbai, India    [email protected] [email protected] mining is the process of examining large datasets in order to generate new information by discovering patterns in data set. Previous approaches of data mining such as Apriori algorithm faced problems such as multiple scanning of large datasets and excessive memory usage. Therefore, to avoid such problems UP growth and Improved UP growth algorithm were introduced which includes strategy of generation of enumeration trees using DGU, DGN.Subsequently Utility Pattern Growth and Improved Utility Pattern Growth, are considered as effective calculations for removing high utility itemsets. Here,the data of high utility itemsets is kept up in an efficient information structure named Utility Pattern Tree from which the hopeful itemsets can be produced without requiring various scans of datasets.INTRODUCTIONData Mining is a technique which is used for identifying patterns between the instances of the given dataset. Data is analyzed with the help of various data mining tools such as statistical tools and artificial intelligent techniques. There are several data mining techniques like association, classification, construction of decision tree and extracting sequential patterns. In market analysis, mining frequently used item sets from a transaction datasets refers to the identification of the itemset which frequently appear together in the transactions. However, in frequent itemset mining, the gained profits for the purchased quantities of items are not taken into account. Hence, it cannot fulfill the need of the user who is curious and interested about finding the highly profitable itemsets. In perspective of this, utility mining is considered as a significant subject in the field of information digging for distinguishing the itemsets with high utility i.e. benefits and it is considered as an expansion of continuous itemset mining.The basic meaning of utility is the profitability of items to the users. The utility of items in a transaction datasets consists of two aspects: (1) the significance of an item in distinct and different transaction is called external utility, and (2) the significance of an item in a single transaction, called as internal utility. Hence,the general utility of an itemset is resolved considering both the external and internal utility. An itemset is called as highly utilized/used(profitable) itemset if its usage is high than a user specified threshold value; otherwise, the itemset is called a low utility itemset that implies its utility is lesser  than threshold value. Both of synthetic(artificial) and real datasets are used for experimental purpose in order  to compare the performance of UP-Growth and Improved UP-Growth with the previously specified state-of-the-art utility mining algorithm. The experimental test comes about to demonstrate that UP-Growth performs extensively well as far as execution speed,memory use particularly when there are heaps of long and overwhelming exchanges in dataset. UP-Growth and Improved UP-Growth gives a precise structure to the set, which helps in getting the solution to the problem. The rest of this paper is organized in various sections  as follows. In section 2, literature survey is described. In section 3, the proposed algorithm and data structure are described in details, experiment results are shown in section 4 and the conclusions are given in section 5. LITERATURE SURVEY UP-Growth An Efficient Algorithm for High Utility Itemset Mining given by Tseng1 , Wu1 , Shie1 , and Yu24. They have introduced a data structure named UP-Tree for maintaining the detailed understanding of the concept  high utility itemset. From this, the potential high utility itemset can be  generated with no effort from the UP-Tree which only requires two scans of the entire large dataset. An Improved UP-Growth High Utility Itemset Mining given by O Shrinivasa and Krishna Prasad6.The updated calculation i.e. Improved UP-Growth calculation expect to viably recognizing high utility itemsets for better results.R. Agrawal and R. Srikant, “Fast Algorithms for Mining Association Rules,”1.They have discussed the very well-known Apriori algorithm, which is the traditional way for determining mining association rules from large datasets efficiently. It’s a breadth-first algorithm for mining frequent patterns, which scans the disk-resident datasets as many times as the maximum length of frequent patterns.R. Bayardo and R. Agrawal, “Mining the most interesting rules,” They first proposed the concept of weighted items and weighted association rules. However, the overall framework of weighted rules present does not have Apriori property, improvement in the performance of mining is not seen. R. Chan, Q. Yang, and Y. Shen, “Mining high utility itemsets,”.IHUP (Improved High Utility Pattern), a tree based calculation which makes utilization of tree based structure to keep up the data about itemsets including thing name,respective utility esteems alongside the support count. IHUP calculation has two stages: (I) Construction of tree, (ii) Generation of high weighted utility itemsets.In step (i), items in transactions are rearranged in a particular, for eg. according to support order or weighted utility descending order. All the changes made to the Transactions are inserted into the Tree. Using the threshold value, items which does not satisfy threshold value is removed, hence the search is reduced to some extent.UP GROWTHWe describe the details of UP-Growth for efficiently generating PHUIs(Potentially high utility itemset) from the global UP-Tree with two methods, namely DLU  (Discarding local unpromising item) and DLN (Decreasing local node utilities).By using these two methods,the unpromising items having minimum utility are discarded from path utility at the time of the construction of a local UP-Tree. Subroutine: UP-Growth (Tx, Hx, X) Input: A UP-Tree Tx, a header table Hx       for Tx and an itemset X. Output: All PHUIs in Tx. Procedure UP-Growth (Tx, Hx, X) i. For each entry ai in Hx do ii. Generate a PHUI Y = X? ai;iii. The estimate utility of Y is set as ai’s utility value in       Hx; iv. Construct Y’s conditional pattern base Y-CPB; v. Put local promising items in Y-CPB into Hy vi. Apply strategy DLU to reduce path utilities of the paths; vii. Apply strategy DLN and insert paths into Ty; viii. If Ty ? null then call UP-Growth (Ty, Hy, Y); ix. End forIMPROVED UP GROWTHIn spite of the fact that DGU and DGN procedures decrease the quantity of items in Global UP-Tree. Be that as it may, they can’t be utilized to develop the Local UP-Tree. DLU system (Discarding local unpromising items) performs by disposing of utilities of low utility item from path utility and DLN technique (Discarding local node utilities) which disposes of item utilities of relative nodes at the time of the local UP-Tree development.Still the calculation faces some execution related issues in local UP-Tree. To defeat this issue of execution, maximum transaction weight utilizations (MTWU) are figured from datasets .And product of minimum_support as a user specified threshold value5is evaluated. Execution will be expanded after this alteration.Input: Transaction datasets D, user specified threshold.Output: high utility item sets. Begin i. Scan datasets of transactions Td ? D ii. Determine transaction utility of Td in D and TWU of itemset (X) iii. Compute min_sup (MTWU * user specified threshold) iv. If (TWU(X) ? min_sup) then Remove Items from transaction datasets v. Else insert into header table H and to keep the items in the descending order. vi. Repeat step 4 & 5 until end of the D. vii. Insert Td into global UP-Tree viii. Apply DGU and DGN strategies on global UP- tree ix. Re-construct the UP-Tree x. For each item ai in H do xi. Generate a PHUI Y= X U ai xii. Estimate utility of Y is set as ai ‘s utility value in H xiii. Put local promising items in Y-CPB into H xiv. Apply strategy DLU to reduce path utilities of the pathsxv. Apply strategy DLN and insert paths into Tdxvi. If Td ? null then call for loop End for EndLet I be the universe of items. Let D be a datasets of transactions (t1, t2, t3, where each transaction ti belongs to I. Each item in a transaction is assigned a non-zero share. Each distinct item has a profit independent of any transaction, given by an External Utility Table (XUT). The problem is to find all high utility patterns.Table 4.2 External Utility Table(XUT) TIDItemsabcdefgT11 1 1 T2622 5 T311126 5T431 43 T521 2 2 Table 4.2 External Utility Table(XUT)ItemPriceA1B3C5D2E2F2G1Consider the data of a supermarket. Table 4.1 lists the quantity (share) of each product (item) in each shopping transaction where I {a, b, c, d, e, f, g} and D {1, t2, t3, t4, t5}, and Table 4.2 lists the price (weight) of each product. For transaction t2 = {a, b, c, f}, we have iu(a, t2)= 6, iu(b,t2)= 2, iu(c,t2)= 2, iu(f,t2)= 5, eu(a)= 1, eu(b)= 3, eu(c)= 5, and eu(f)= 1. Here, u(i, t) is the product of iu(i, t) and eu(i). Thus, u(a, t2)= 6, u(b,t2)= 6, u(c,t2)= 10, u(f,t2)= 5, and so on5.COMPARISON BETWEEN UP GROWTH AND IMPROVED UP GROWTHParametersUP- Growth Improved UP- GrowthMethod1.Construction of Utility  tree2.Generate Potential Utility Items.3.Recognize high utility data  itemsets. 1.Maximum Weight Utility of transaction  are computed for all the items considering the threshold value specified by user.2.Strategies applied3. Tree constructed.Strategy UsedDiscarding Global Unpromising Items (DGU strategy) and  Discarding global node utilities (DGN strategy) for global UP-tree construction.Discarding local unpromising items(DLU) and Discarding local node utilities (DLN)Construction of treesGlobal Utility Pattern TreeGlobal and also Local Utility Pattern-tree.TimeMoreLess6.CONCLUSIONThe algorithm reviewed in this paper shows that the method for getting all the transaction itemsets and calculating the High Utility pattern sets is used. This includes the use of enumeration tree and the various algorithms which helps us in successfully calculating the promising items of the transaction. The motivational research and modified existing technique is using Enumeration tree, UP growth algorithm, and working on the strategies such as DGU, DGN, etc. A UP- growth based approach eliminates the unpromising items and keeps the most efficient promising items which is obtained using one phase approach. From the experimental results, it is observed that proposed method has better accuracy than the Previous Apriori Approach. UP-Growth and Improved UP-Growth gives us the efficient and fast way to calculate and construct trees and high utility itemsets from large datasets. Different parameters has been discussed which are required for these algorithms to execute. A Comparative study shows us the advantages of different methods and techniques used by these algorithms.