MINING ASSOCIATION RULES FROM COAL-MINING DISASTERS OF MARCH, 15, 1851 TO MARCH, 22, 1962 (111 YEARS)

iing lukman, natalina natalina

Abstract


The climate change issues also associate with the increase of coal-mining exploitation, as well as the disaster caused by it.  The data was very interesting due to the long interval between the years of 1851 to 1962. The number of deaths was from 10 to 361. The data, in fact, had been already analyzed by other researcher applying statistical methods. In this research, we try to apply data mining techniques of association rules to find the highest support and confidence in the data. Afterward, we will fit the determined association rules to the available data of Coal-mining Disasters from 1963 to 2015. The objective of the research was to find the association rules. The method was patterned frequency and a priori algorithm. The benefit of the research was to anticipate the disasters based on the association rules found.


Keywords


Data mining; association rules; anticipate disasters; Coal-mining; model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15608%2Ficcc.y2016.553