Clustering - An overview

author: Marina Meila, Department of Statistics, University of Washington
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: August 2006,   views: 24111


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Clustering, or finding groups in data, is as old as machine learning itself, if not older. However, as more people use clustering in a variety of settings, the last few years we have brought unprecedented developments in this field. This tutorial will survey the most important clustering methods in use today from a unifying perspective. I will then present some of the current paradigms shifts in data clustering.

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