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The target of this booklet is to demonstrate that complex fuzzy clustering algorithms can be utilized not just for partitioning of the information. it might even be used for visualisation, regression, category and time-series research, consequently fuzzy cluster research is an effective method of clear up complicated information mining and method identity difficulties. This e-book is orientated to undergraduate and postgraduate and is definitely suited to instructing purposes.

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Criterion-2: Zahn [299] proposed also an idea to detect the hidden separations in the data. Zahn’s suggestion is based on the distance of the separated subtrees. He suggested, that an edge is inconsistent if its length is at least f times as long as the average of the length of nearby edges. The input parameter f must be adjusted by the user. To determine which edges are ‘nearby’ is another question. It can be determined by the user, or we can say, that point xi is nearby point of xj if point xi is connected to the point xj by a path in a minimal spanning tree containing k or fewer edges.

17: Example for clusters approximating the regression surface. In other words, the clusters can be approximately regarded as local linear subspaces. 18). 18: Eigenvalues of clusters obtained by GG clustering. 6. Cluster Analysis of Correlated Data 33 Based on the assumption that the clusters somehow represent the local linear approximation of the system, two methods can be presented for the estimation of the parameters of the local linear models. 1. 44) min (y − Xe θ i ) Φi (y − Xe θ i ) θi where Xe = [X 1] is the regressor matrix extended by a unitary column and Φi is a matrix having the membership degrees on its main diagonal: ⎤ ⎡ 0 ··· 0 µi,1 ⎢ 0 0 ⎥ µi,2 · · · ⎥ ⎢ Φi = ⎢ .

Let A denote a c-tuple of the norm-inducing matrices: A = (A1 , A2 , . . , Ac ). The objective functional of the GK algorithm is defined by: c N 2 . 14) can be directly applied. 31) cannot be directly minimized with respect to Ai , since it is linear in Ai . This means that J can be made as small as desired by simply making Ai less positive definite. To obtain a feasible solution, Ai must be constrained in some way. The usual way of accomplishing this is to constrain the determinant of Ai . 32) where ρi is fixed for each cluster.

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