Recent developments in model-based clustering with applications.- Accelerating Lloyd’s algorithm for k-means clustering.- Linear, Deterministic, and Order-Invariant Initialization Methods for the K-Means Clustering Algorithm.- Nonsmooth optimization based algorithms in cluster analysis.- Fuzzy Clustering Algorithms and Validity Indices for Distributed Data.- Density Based Clustering: Alternatives to DBSCAN.- Nonnegative matrix factorization for interactive topic modeling and document clustering.- Overview of overlapping partitional clustering methods.- On Semi-Supervised Clustering.- Consensus of Clusterings based on High-order Dissimilarities.- Hubness-Based Clustering of High-Dimensional Data.- Clustering for Monitoring Distributed Data Streams.
Dr. Emre Celebi is an Associate Professor with the Department of Computer Science, at Louisiana State University in Shreveport.
“The content of the book is really outstanding in terms of the clarity of the discourse and the variety of well-selected examples. … The book brings substantial contributions to the field of partitional clustering from both the theoretical and practical points of view, with the concepts and algorithms presented in a clear and accessible way. It addresses a wide range of readers, including scientists, students, and researchers.” (L. State, Computing Reviews, April, 2015)