By Ágnes Vathy-Fogarassy
This paintings provides an information visualization method that mixes graph-based topology illustration and dimensionality aid tips on how to visualize the intrinsic facts constitution in a low-dimensional vector house. the applying of graphs in clustering and visualization has numerous merits. A graph of vital edges (where edges symbolize family and weights signify similarities or distances) offers a compact illustration of the whole complicated facts set. this article describes clustering and visualization equipment which are capable of make the most of details hidden in those graphs, in accordance with the synergistic blend of clustering, graph-theory, neural networks, info visualization, dimensionality aid, fuzzy equipment, and topology studying. The paintings includes a number of examples to assist within the realizing and implementation of the proposed algorithms, supported by means of a MATLAB toolbox to be had at an linked website.
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