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In fact the two semirings are based on the same set [0, 1] and on the same + operator which is max. The only distinguishing element is the × operator which is min for the fuzzy semiring, while it is the arithmetic times for the probabilistic semiring. This means that we can straightforwardly readapt the problem deﬁnition, the way of deﬁning the behaviour of soft constraints, and the crisp translation. Deﬁnition 4. ). A soft constraint on itemsets, based on the probabilistic semiring, is a function C : 2I → [0, 1].
5. Graphical representation of possible weighted instances of the constraints in in the mining query Q in Example 1 For sake of simplicity, we restrict to weighted constraints with a linear behavior as those ones described in Figure 5. 5 value for the fuzzy and probabilistic semiring). In other words we provide two points to describe the straight line passing through them: the point (t, β) and the point (t − αt, 0) for θ =≤ or (t + αt, 0) for θ =≥. Note that α still plays the role of the softness knob.
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