Formal Concept Analysis: Mathematical Foundations
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Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg, (1999)

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average user rating5.0 out of 5.0 based on 1 review
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    7 years ago (last updated 7 years ago)
    A wonderful book to get started with and deeply inside of FCA, introducing important basic and advanced notions and results. It contains * the elementary ideas and motivation of FCA as invented by Rudolf Wille (see the reprint of his original paper: [[bibtex/20076ddf2562946e870f89834b6d1cd25]]), * several fundamental algorithms, * a great deal of algebraic theory bridging the gap between FCA and complete lattice theory and * several advanced notions, decompositions and constructions of concept lattices.
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