Using association rules mining to analyze human rights violations in Indonesia

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Margono, Hendro, Yi, Xun and Raikundalia, Gitesh K (2013) Using association rules mining to analyze human rights violations in Indonesia. International journal of computer science and electronics engineering, 1 (1). pp. 65-69. ISSN 2320-401X (print), 2320-4028 (online)

Abstract

Human rights are a set of basic rights inherent in humanity. Understanding of human rights is an important part of individual status as human beings who possess dignity and values of mutual respect for each other. Moreover, comprehending human rights violations also significant ly enrich es our knowledge regarding diversity of violation actions occur ring in everyday life including abuse and ignorance of basic human rights. This paper discusses how to detect violation patterns by using association rules mining. These techniques provide powerful tools to identify patterns which occur in a database. Finding human rights vi olation patterns is one of the challenges in this work. The paper provides an overview of our human rights violations database and describes how data preparation is provided. Moreover, it discusses how data mining could provide solutions for finding frequ ent patterns human rights violations in Indonesia, and how it could uncover new knowledge about types of violations. --Conference: 'International multi-conference on computer, electrical, electronics and mechanical engineering' (IMCEEME'12). Held: 12-13 December, 2012, Baltam Island, Indonesia

Item type Article
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/21707
Official URL http://www.isaet.org/images/extraimages/IJCSEE%200...
Subjects Current > FOR Classification > 0807 Library and Information Studies
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Engineering and Science
Keywords analyse, data mining, human rights, human rights violation
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