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Summary

  • Formal Concept Analysis is a method used for investigating and processing explicitely given information, in order to allow for meaningful and comprehensive interpretation

  • A concept is given by a pair of objects and attributes within a formal context (G,M,I)

  • The ordered set of all formal concepts in (G,M,I) is denoted by B(G,M,I) and is called concept lattice

  • Within a concept lattices it is possible to derive concept hierarchies, to determine super-concept or sub-concepts


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