Adaptive Grids for Clustering Massive Data Sets

@inproceedings{Nagesh2001AdaptiveGF,
  title={Adaptive Grids for Clustering Massive Data Sets},
  author={Harsha S. Nagesh and Sanjay Goil and Alok N. Choudhary},
  booktitle={SDM},
  year={2001}
}
Clustering is a key data mining problem. Density and grid based technique is a popular way to mine clusters in a large multi-dimensional space wherein clusters are regarded as dense regions than their surroundings. The attribute values and ranges of these attributes characterize the clusters. Fine grid sizes lead to a huge amount of computation while coarse grid sizes result in loss in quality of clusters found. Also, varied grid sizes result in discovering clusters with different cluster… CONTINUE READING
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