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The validation of the results obtained by clustering algorithms is a fundamental part of the clustering process. The most used approaches for cluster validation are based on internal cluster validity indices. Although many indices have been proposed, there is no recent extensive comparative study of their performance. In this paper we show the results of an(More)
This paper presents a new methodology for building decision trees, Consolidated Trees Construction algorithm, that improves the behavior of C4.5. It reduces the error and the complexity of the induced trees, being the differences in the complexity statistically significant. The advantage of this methodology in respect to other techniques such as bagging,(More)
Malware detection is an important problem today. New malware appears every day and in order to be able to detect it, it is important to recognize families of existing malware. Data mining techniques will be very helpful in this context; concretely unsupervised learning methods will be adequate. This work presents a comparison of the behaviour of two(More)
This paper presents an analysis of the behaviour of Consolidated Trees, CT (classification trees induced from multiple subsamples but without loss of explaining capacity). We analyse how CT trees behave when used to solve a fraud detection problem in a car insurance company. This domain has two important characteristics: the explanation given to the(More)