Mining frequent semantic event patterns

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2009
Söztutar, Enis
Especially with the wide use of dynamic page generation, and richer user interaction in Web, traditional web usage mining methods, which are based on the pageview concept are of limited usability. For overcoming the difficulty of capturing usage behaviour, we define the concept of semantic events. Conceptually, events are higher level actions of a user in a web site, that are technically independent of pageviews. Events are modelled as objects in the domain of the web site, with associated properties. A sample event from a video web site is the 'play video event' with properties 'video', 'length of video', 'name of video', etc. When the event objects belong to the domain model of the web site's ontology, they are referred as semantic events. In this work, we propose a new algorithm and associated framework for mining patterns of semantic events from the usage logs. We present a method for tracking and logging domain-level events of a web site, adding semantic information to events, an ordering of events in respect to the genericity of the event, and an algorithm for computing sequences of frequent events.

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E. Söztutar, “Mining frequent semantic event patterns,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2009.