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|Title:||On bicluster aggregation and its benefits for enumerative solutions|
Von Zuben, Fernando J.
|Abstract:||Biclustering involves the simultaneous clustering of objects and their attributes, thus defining local two-way clustering models. Recently, efficient algorithms were conceived to enumerate all biclusters in real-valued datasets. In this case, the solution composes a complete set of maximal and non-redundant biclusters. However, the ability to enumerate biclusters revealed a challenging scenario: in noisy datasets, each true bicluster may become highly fragmented and with a high degree of overlapping. It prevents a direct analysis of the obtained results. Aiming at reverting the fragmentation, we propose here two approaches for properly aggregating the whole set of enumerated biclusters: one based on single linkage and the other directly exploring the rate of overlapping. Both proposals were compared with each other and with the actual state-of-the-art in several experiments, and they not only significantly reduced the number of biclusters but also consistently increased the quality of the solution|
|Subject:||Aprendizado de máquina|
Análise por agrupamento
Mineração de dados (Computação)
Valores estranhos (Estatistica)
|Appears in Collections:||FEEC - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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