Divisive-agglomerative algorithm and complexity of automatic classification problems

07/05/2016
by   Alexander Rubchinsky, et al.
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An algorithm of solution of the Automatic Classification (AC for brevity) problem is set forth in the paper. In the AC problem, it is required to find one or several artitions, starting with the given pattern matrix or dissimilarity, similarity matrix.

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