A Novel Cohesitive Implicative Classification Based on \(M_{GK}\) and Application on Diagnostic on Informatics Literacy of Students of Higher Education in Madagascar

  • Hery Frédéric RakotomalalaEmail author
  • Bruno Bakys RalahadyEmail author
  • André TotohasinaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 797)


As the literature shows, a data mining is generally based on contingency tables that is on crossing properties variables; it measures statistically the quality of this rule based on nonsignificant number of counterexamples, where rule not verified. We must therefore be able to quantify the significance of these numbers, the consistency of association rule (AR) or classes of rules, the contribution of subjects or categories of subjects to some rules that represent chains of rules and, by a hierarchy, rules on rules that are also called meta-rules.


Association rule Normalization Cohesion Statistical implication Hierarchical ascending-oriented classification 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Ecole Normale Supérieure Pour l’Enseignement Technique (E.N.S.E.T.)University of AntsirananaAntsirananaMadagascar

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