Mining Associated pattern from wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey

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Wireless sensor network (WSN) is a vibrant technology where data management and processing is a topic in several research areas. The main objective of WSN based applications is to make real time decisions. This can remove different challenges like resource-constrained computing, communication capabilities in WSN. These challenges motivate to extract useful data from large set of data base or data streams. There are numerous algorithms are used for mining knowledge from sensor stream. These algorithms are mine frequent pattern from WSN. Here a comparative study of existing data mining techniques and their objectives are presented.

Keywords: WSN, data mining, frequent patterns, sensor stream.


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