An iterative k-means method for minimizing the number of bound estimates

An iterative k-means method for minimizing the number of bound estimates – This work presents a novel multi-criteria algorithm for the formulation of an online sparse clustering algorithm for the MNIST dataset. An algorithm for the formulation of the algorithm is presented, in which the data are projected into a high dimensional space with random probability distributions. The proposed estimation algorithm can be viewed as an online sparse clustering technique and the algorithm is compared with the recently proposed non-optimal algorithm which was proposed for the same dataset. The algorithm is also compared with a recent online sparse clustering algorithm that used the data as a projection matrix. The algorithm has shown significant performance improvement on the MNIST dataset compared to alternative algorithms.

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An iterative k-means method for minimizing the number of bound estimates

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