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A General Theory of Classificatory Sorting Strategies: 1. Hierarchical Systems
It is shown that the computational behaviour of a hierarchical sorting-strategy depends on three properties, which are established for five conventional strategies and four measures. The conventional…
A general theory of classificatory sorting strategies: II. Clustering systems
Computer Programs for Hierarchical Polythetic Classification ("Similarity Analyses")
It is demonstrated that hierarchical classifications have computational advantages over cluster analyses. Flexible programs are outlined providing two sorting strategies and four alternative…
Mixed-Data Classificatory Programs I - Agglomerative Systems
A Generalized Sorting Strategy for Computer Classifications
H hierarchical methods of computer classification all begin by calculating distance-measures between elements, and it is pointed out that much more intense clustering can be produced by taking the most remote pair of elements (furthest-neighbour sorting).
The Macrobenthos of Moreton Bay
The macrobenthos of Moreton Bay is diverse, with 355 species collected from 400 dredged stations, and frequently occurring species dominate the epifauna and the four most frequent species show seasonal changes.
Studies in the Numerical Analysis of Complex Rain-Forest Communities: II. The Problem of Species-Sampling
INVER: A Program for the Computation of Distance-measures between Attributes of Mixed Types
Numerical Approaches to the Relationships of Certain American Swimming Crabs (Crustacea: Portunidae)
Lateral cephalometric analysis of children with otitis media with effusion: A comparison with age and sex matched controls
This study used lateral cephalometric analysis to investigate significant differences between the two groups in the skeletal and soft tissue dimensions of the nasopharynx between patients with bilateral OME and normal controls.