By Edward Y. Chang (auth.), Ronghuai Huang, Qiang Yang, Jian Pei, João Gama, Xiaofeng Meng, Xue Li (eds.)
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Let us recall that, we are given the feature matrix T of size (N × P ) as input. Furthermore, let us assume that the space dimension is much lower6 than the number of objects, P << N . Then, since S = T · T , we can use the linearity properties of the dot products in order to quickly compute the contributions (14) and (15) by using prototypes. First, one can observe that: oi , oi = oi , hl Sii = i :oi ∈ul where hl = i :oi ∈ul oi . (17) i :oi ∈ul hl is the non-weighted mean vector of size (P × 1) representing the cluster ul .
Indeed, if Sii = oi − g, oi − g , all three clustering functions become equivalent as SNi. = SNi . = SN.. = 0. Despite this point, we propose a version of the clustering functions that combines two kinds of central tendency approaches. Following the previous observation and the Belson function, we ﬁrst center the data. This leads to similarities Sii that are either positive or negative. Next, we focus on positive similarities only. Indeed, the latter are related to pairs of vectors whose cosine index is positive which indicates that they are rather similar.
Sm−1 , Sm ). When Si is 1, the IDF value for the ith term will not be adjusted; otherwise, it will be adjusted by multiplying the IDF value for the ith term by 2 or 3, depending on the value of Si . In this work, the scale’s values of 0 and greater than 3 are not used, as these values may reduce the number of terms further as it adjusts the tf -idf values for a particular term to become 0 or too large. For example, given the tf and idf values shown in Figures 2 and 3 and a string of chromosomes generated shown in Figure 4, the new adjusted values for tf -idf for all terms will be tf × idf × scale.