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For the nonlinear case, we use 4 datasets, named REUTj (j = 1, ... , 4), created from the ModApte cut up with various variety of clusters and cluster sizes. five desk three. 1 depicts the features of these collections. TMG [ZG06] has been used for the development of the tdms. in keeping with [ZG06], we used logarithmic neighborhood time period and IDF international weightings with normalization, stemming, and stopword elimination, removal additionally phrases that seemed just once within the assortment. Our experiments have been carried out on a Pentium IV computer with 1-GB RAM utilizing MATLAB. desk three. 1. Dataset statistics function MODAPTE OHSUMED CLASSIC3 files 9,052 3,672 3,891 phrases 10,123 6,646 7,823 Terms/document 60 eighty one seventy seven tdm nonzeros (%) zero. 37 zero. seventy six zero. sixty four variety of clusters fifty two sixty three three REUT 1 REUT 2 REUT three REUT four 840 1,000 1,200 3,034 2,955 3,334 3,470 5,843 seventy six seventy five 60 seventy eight 1. 60 1. forty three zero. 37 eighty four 21 10 6 25 within the following dialogue, we denote through okay the sought variety of clusters. for every dataset we ran all algorithms for various okay. particularly, denoting by means of r the real variety of clusters for a dataset, we ran all algorithms for okay = four : three : kmax and okay = eight : 7 : kmax for a few kmax > r so one can list the result of PDDP(l) and comparable versions for l = 1, 2, three. For all k-means variations we've got carried out 10 experiments with random initialization of centroids and recorded the minimal, greatest, and suggest values of attained accuracy and run time. even if we current purely mean-value effects, minimal and greatest values are vital to the dialogue that follows. For the SVD and eigendecomposition we used the MATLAB interface of the PROPACK software program package deal [Lar]. For the algorithms’ assessment, we use the target functionality of k-means (and PDDP), the entopy and run-time measures. Fig. three. 2 depicts the target functionality, entropy values, and run time for all versions, for the linear case and datasets MODAPTE and OHSUMED. even supposing k-means looks to offer the easiest effects among all variations and all measures, we word that those plots record suggest values attained by way of k-means and similar versions. In perform, a unmarried run of k-means could lead on to bad effects. accordingly, a “good” partitioning could require numerous executions of the set of rules. in comparison to the fundamental set of rules, its hierarchical counterpart (bisecting k-means) looks to degrade the standard of clustering and suffers from an analogous difficulties as k-means. nevertheless, PDDP appears to be like to offer effects not as good as k-means. concerning the proposed versions, we notice that each one strategies regularly enhance PDDP and bisecting k-means generally, whereas five we are going to name the ModApte and Ohsumed datasets as MODAPTE, OHSUMED. fifty eight D. Zeimpekis and E. Gallopoulos goal functionality as opposed to variety of clusters for OH SU MED (mean values for k−means) goal functionality as opposed to variety of clusters for MODAPTE (mean values for k−means) 3550 8500 K−MEANS BISECTING K−MEANS PDDP(1) PDDP_2−MEANS PDDP_OC PDDP_OC_2−MEANS PDDP_OCPC 8400 8300 3450 3400 aim functionality target functionality 8200 8100 8000 7900 3350 3300 3250 7800 3200 7700 3150 3100 7600 7500 K−MEANS BISECTING K−MEANS PDDP(1) PDDP_2−MEANS PDDP_OC PDDP_OC_2−MEANS PDDP_OCPC 3500 zero 10 20 30 forty variety of clusters 50 60 3050 70 un time as opposed to variety of clusters for MODAPTE (mean values for k−means) R three zero 10 20 30 forty 50 variety of clusters 60 70 eighty un time as opposed to variety of clusters for OH R SM U ED (mean values for k−means) 2 10 10 2 10 1 un time (sec) R un time (sec) R 10 1 10 zero 10 K−MEANS BISECTING K−MEANS PDDP(1) PDDP_2−MEANS PDDP_OC PDDP_OC_2−MEANS PDDP_OCPC zero 10 K−MEANS BISECTING K−MEANS PDDP(1) PDDP_2−MEANS PDDP_OC PDDP_OC_2−MEANS PDDP_OCPC −1 −1 10 zero 10 20 30 forty variety of clusters 50 60 10 70 zero 10 20 30 forty 50 variety of clusters 60 70 eighty Entrop yversus variety of clusters for OH SM U ED (mean values for k−means) Entrop yversus variety of clusters for MODAPTE (mean values for k−means) five 2.