Silhouettes : a graphical aid to the interpretation and validation of cluster analysis

@inproceedings{Peter2001SilhouettesA,
  title={Silhouettes : a graphical aid to the interpretation and validation of cluster analysis},
  author={H C K Peter and J. ROUSSEEUW},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract: A new graphical display is proposed for partitioning techniques. Each cluster is represented by a so-called silhouette, which is based on the comparison of its tightness and separation. This silhouette shows which objects he well within their cluster, and which ones are merely somewhere in between clusters. The entire clustering is displayed by combining the silhouettes into a single plot, allowing an appreciation of the relative quality of the clusters and an overview of the data… CONTINUE READING
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