Fast Online Clustering of High-Dimensional Data with the Kronecker-factored K-nearest Neighbor Regressor


Fast Online Clustering of High-Dimensional Data with the Kronecker-factored K-nearest Neighbor Regressor – We propose the Bayesian algorithm for data clustering. We show that the proposed algorithm is competitive with the state of the art (i.e., Bayesian Network) clustering algorithms and that it is also efficient for practical use with real data.

This paper describes a new method for the identification of a complex set of features in a given data set. The algorithm uses a new algorithm called MultiMiner to detect the similarities between different samples in the data set. It is shown that the features are similar, depending on which point in the data set the features originated from. The method was tested using a machine learning approach on human data. Both the human and machine learning systems are used to predict the feature set and the features of the user.

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Fast Online Clustering of High-Dimensional Data with the Kronecker-factored K-nearest Neighbor Regressor

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