Cluster analysis

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Cluster analysis

A statistical technique that identifies clusters of stocks whose returns are highly correlated within each cluster and relatively uncorrelated across clusters. Cluster analysis has identified groupings such as growth, cyclical, stable, and energy stocks.
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Common algorithms for unsupervised data clustering belong to two main categories: partitioning algorithms and hierarchical clusterings [8].
Second, it provides a taxonomy [81]that highlights some very important aspects in the context of evolutionary data clustering.
Intelligent Multidimensional Data Clustering and Analysis
Key words: Data clustering, Partitioned-based clustering algorithms, K-means, Initial centroids.
While this paper is focused on the application of data clustering methodology and drive cycle creation, the researchers felt it was valuable to include the distribution of diesel fuel consumed by trips in each cluster.
The overview of the data clustering and the functionality
This special issue is particularly focused on fundamental and practical issues in data clustering [1-6].
Data clustering is the process of identifying clusters or natural groups based on similarity measures.
based Yodlee, a provider of digital financial solutions including personal financial management, presented YodleeSense, which utilizes behavioral psychology and data clustering.
Existing studies have pointed to data clustering as a potential solution to reduce heterogeneity, and therefore increase prediction accuracy.
In the parallel version of CBCD system, the SPMD (single program multiple data) approach is exploited by the parallel feature extraction, parallel data clustering and parallel searching on different processors.