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Shprior: A Customer Assistance System using Apriori Algorithm

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IJCA Proceedings on International Conference on Recent Developments in Science, Technology, Humanities and Management
© 2018 by IJCA Journal
ICRDSTHM 2017 - Number 1
Year of Publication: 2018
Authors:
Krishan Chawla
Mithilesh Joshi
Vedika Pathak
Ravi Tomar
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Abstract

Shoprior meaning priory recognizes what to shop. This would be a client help framework which would exhort client with respect to the buy he/she needs to make. Regularly we client are in difficulty of what to shop next. This product will recommend related things to be purchased. This depends on Apriori Algorithm. Apriori is a fundamental calculation. The name of the calculation depends on the way that it utilizes past learning of incessant thing set properties. Once the successive itemsets from exchanges in a database D have been found. It is direct to create solid affiliation rules from them. Bolster S and Confidence C will be entered by the client for showing the proper blends. Support S and Confidence C will be entered by the user for displaying the appropriate combinations.

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