clustering algorithm

clustering algorithm

[¦kləs·tə·riŋ ¦al·gə‚rith·əm]
(computer science)
A computer program that attempts to detect and locate the presence of groups of vectors, in a high-dimensional multivariate space, that share some property of similarity.
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In particular, a bounded Depth Minimum Steiner Trees (D-MST) clustering algorithm is presented for discriminating groups of individuals relying on the manifestation/absence of the labio-schisis pathology, commonly called cleft lip.
Giving the fact that a clustering algorithm is an iterative process, the volume of time that is needed for splitting a processed dataset in clusters is increasing with the size of the processed dataset.
Heuristic scheme is again classified as LCA (linked cluster algorithm) which was the first clustering algorithm developed and is mainly based on unique identification number.
So, we propose Mobility Adaptive Density Connected Clustering Algorithm (MADCCA), a density based clustering algorithm.
Enhanced K-Means Clustering Algorithm to Reduce Time Complexity for Numeric Values.
This paper proposes a clustering algorithm namely Energy Efficient Trustworthy Clustering algorithm (EETCA), which focuses on three phases such as chief node election, chief node recycling process and bi-level trust computation.
Classical algorithms have different degrees of restrictions on the scale of the data, and the fuzzy curve clustering algorithm introduced in the previous paper is no exception[10][11].
Clustering algorithm reduces the abnormal data, unknown data the data loss and brings negative effect of noise data.
Their topics include a modified single-pass clustering algorithm based on median as a threshold similarity value, a classification framework for applying data mining in collaborative filtering, big data mining using collaborative filtering, a data analytics approach to combining user co-rating and social trust for collaborative recommendation, and statistical relational learning for collaborative filtering.
6] proposed a clustering algorithm called FLICM (fuzzy local information C-means), which introduces an adaptive control factor in its objective function without trial-and-error experiments, as well as obtaining better antinoise performance and image segmentation accuracy.
COD-CLARANS (Clustering with Obstructed Distance based on CLARANS) is the first clustering algorithm that solves a problem which is known as the problem of clustering with obstacles entities (COE).
The primary distinction of this paper compared to others lies in that the clustering algorithm proposed is based on a 24-dimension vector (representing each hourly energy use datum) for each day as against aggregated values (such as the average and the peak) as adopted in various studies (such as those by Seem [2005 and 2007]).