Zhengping Zuo

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Many information structures are represented as two-dimensional networks (connected graphs) of links and nodes. Because these network tend to be large and quite complex, people often perfer to view part or all of the network at varying levels of detail. <italic>Hierarchical clustering</italic> provides a framework for viewing the network at different levels(More)
Many information systems are represented as twodimensional networks of links and nodes. Because these networks tend to be large and quite complex, people often prefer to view part or all of the network at varying levels of detail. Hierarchical clustering provides a framework for viewing the network at different levels of detail by superimposing a hierarchy(More)
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