Comparing Fuzzy, Probabilistic, and Possibilistic Partitions

@article{Anderson2010ComparingFP,
  title={Comparing Fuzzy, Probabilistic, and Possibilistic Partitions},
  author={Derek Anderson and James C. Bezdek and Mihail Popescu and James M. Keller},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems},
  year={2010},
  volume={18},
  pages={906-918}
}
When clustering produces more than one candidate to partition a finite set of objects O, there are two approaches to validation (i.e., selection of a “best” partition, and implicitly, a best value for c , which is the number of clusters in O). First, we may use an internal index, which evaluates each partition separately. Second, we may compare pairs of candidates with each other, or with a reference partition that purports to represent the “true” cluster structure in the objects. This paper… CONTINUE READING
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