Variable selection methods for model-based clustering

@inproceedings{Fop2018VariableSM,
  title={Variable selection methods for model-based clustering},
  author={Michael Fop and Thomas Brendan Murphy},
  year={2018}
}
Model-based clustering is a popular approach for clustering multivariate data which has seen applications in numerous fields. Nowadays, high-dimensional data are more and more common and the model-based clustering approach has adapted to deal with the increasing dimensionality. In particular, the development of variable selection techniques has received a lot of attention and research effort in recent years. Even for small size problems, variable selection has been advocated to facilitate the… CONTINUE READING

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