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K-MEANS CLUSTERING ALGORITHM DATA MINING TUTORIAL IN C#

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Submitted on: 2/13/2005 8:46:14 PM
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Compatibility: SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 7.0, SQL Server 6.5 and earlier
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     Clustering is a data mining technique that separates your data into groups whose members belong together. Each object is assigned to the group it is most similar to. This is similar to assigning animals and plants into families where the members are alike. This article introduces K-Means clustering algorithm. It explains how K-Means works and provides the source code for a C# K-Means algorithm.

 
 
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				Clustering is a data mining technique that separates your data into groups whose members belong together. Each object is assigned to the group it is most similar to. This is similar to assigning animals and plants into families where the members are alike.
This article introduces K-Means clustering algorithm. It explains how K-Means works and provides the source code for a C# K-Means algorithm.
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4/17/2005 4:06:28 PM

I have an better idea.
I am going to publish a paper in very near future, then I can disclose.
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