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nelsonthekinger
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« on: June 08, 2014, 07:58:58 PM »

Hello Experts!

I'm trying to use X-means due to its advantages against K-means, but Im not getting the proper result.
I tried K-means to evaluate 6 files from 3 categories and with a k = 3 it worked perfectly.
than i try to apply the Xmeans from 2 to 60 and I get always 2 clusters.

I though it could be because of having few files so I tried again with 53 files from 3 categories,
and the result were the same. K-means(k=3) successful, X-means (k = 2 - 60) the same 2 clusters.

I've tried many configurations but the most use are
measure type: NumericalMeasures
numerical measure: CosineSimilarity
clustering algoritm: KMeans
the rest is default.

I'm Clueless about the reason any help is appreciate!
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nelsonthekinger
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« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2014, 02:34:37 PM »

Anyone?
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