Re: fuzzy clustering, review paper?

Justus (justus@udel.edu)
Tue, 27 Jul 1999 15:31:04 +0200 (MET DST)

Dear Will,

wher can I find software for "fuzzy" clustering, based on e.g. Pearson
correlation coefficients???

Thanks for any info!

>cases. Clustering, on the other hand, simply groups a set of
>items into a number of "natural" (pick your favorite definition)
>groups (the clusters). k-nearest neighbor is a classification
>system, whereas k-means and fuzzy c-means are clustering
>algorithms. Thus, I am not certain what you mean by the above.
>
>--
>Will Dwinnell

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