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Clustering by fast search and find of density peaks (CFSFDP) is proposed to cluster the data by finding of density peaks. CFSFDP is based on two assumptions that: a cluster center is a high dense data point as compared to its surrounding neighbors, and it lies at a large distance from other cluster centers. Based on these assumptions, CFSFDP supports a(More)
Clustering by fast search and find of density peaks (DP) is a method in which density peaks are used to select the number of cluster centers. The DP has two input parameters: 1) the cutoff distance and 2) cluster centers. Also in DP, different methods are used to measure the density of underlying datasets. To overcome the limitations of DP, an Adaptive-DP(More)
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