Multi-view Information-theoretic Co-clustering for Co-occurrence Data

  title={Multi-view Information-theoretic Co-clustering for Co-occurrence Data},
  author={Peng Xu and Zhaohong Deng and Kup-Sze Thomas Choi and Longbing Cao and Shitong Wang},
Multi-view clustering has received much attention recently. Most of the existing multi-view clustering methods only focus on one-sided clustering. As the co-occurring data elements involve the counts of sample-feature co-occurrences, it is more efficient to conduct two-sided clustering along the samples and features simultaneously. To take advantage of two-sided clustering for the co-occurrences in the scene of multi-view clustering, a two-sided multi-view clustering method is proposed, i.e… 

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