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Wunsch II • (Hard) partitional clustering attempts to seek a K-partition of X, C = {C1 , . . , CK }(K ≤ N ), such that - Ci = φ, i = 1, . . , K; K - i=1 Ci = X; - Ci ∩ Cj = φ, i, j = 1, . . , K and i = j. • Hierarchical clustering attempts to construct a tree-like nested structure partition of X, H = {H1 , . . , HQ }(Q ≤ N ), such that Ci ∈ Hm , Cj ∈ Hl , and m > l imply Ci ⊂ Cj or Ci ∩ Cj = φ for all i, j = i, m, l = 1, . . , Q. Clustering consists of four basic steps: 1. Feature selection or extraction.

Initialize weight matrices W12 and W21 as Wij12 = αj , where αj are sorted in a descending order and satisfies 0 < αj < 1/(β + |x|) for β > 0 and any 21 = 1; binary input pattern x, and Wji 2. For a new pattern x, calculate the input from layer F1 to layer F2 as d Wij12 xi = Tj = i=1 |x|αj |x∩Wj21 | β+|Wj21 | if j is uncommitted (first activated), if j is committed, where ∩ represents the logic AND operation. 3. Activate layer F2 by choosing node J with the winner-takes-all rule TJ = maxj {Tj }; 4.

Handle large volume of data as well as high-dimensional features with acceptable time and storage complexities; 3. Detect and remove possible outliers and noise; 4. Decrease the reliance of algorithms on users-dependent parameters; 5. Have the capability of dealing with newly occurring data without relearning from the scratch; 46 R. Xu, D. Wunsch II 6. Be immune to the effects of order of input patterns; 7. Provide some insight for the number of potential clusters without prior knowledge; 8. Show good data visualization and provide users with results that can simplify further analysis; 9.

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