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Monday, 12 February 2018

An Efficient Density Based Improved K- Medoids Clustering Algorithm(2011)

An Efficient Density Based Improved 

K- Medoids Clustering Algorithm(2011)

            Clustering is the process of classifying objects into different groups by partitioning sets of data into a series of subsets called clusters. Clustering has taken its roots from algorithms like k-medoids and k-medoids. However conventional k-medoids clustering algorithm suffers from many limitations. Firstly, it needs to have prior knowledge about the number of cluster parameter k. Secondly, it also initially needs to make random selection of k representative objects and if these initial k medoids are not selected properly then natural cluster may not be obtained. Thirdly, it is also sensitive to the order of input dataset.
            Mining knowledge from large amounts of spatial data is known as spatial data mining. It becomes a highly demanding field because huge amounts of spatial data have been collected in various applications ranging from geo-spatial data to bio-medical knowledge. The database can be clustered in many ways depending on the clustering algorithm employed, parameter settings used, and other factors. Multiple clustering can be combined so that the final partitioning of data provides better clustering. In this paper, an efficient density based k-medoids clustering algorithm has been proposed to overcome the drawbacks of DBSCAN and k-medoids clustering algorithms. The result will be an improved version of k-medoids clustering algorithm. This algorithm will perform better than DBSCAN while handling clusters of circularly distributed data points and slightly overlapped clusters.
            The objective of clustering is to partition a set of objects into clusters such that objects within a group are more similar to one another than patterns in different clusters. So far, numerous useful clustering algorithms have been developed for large databases, such as K-MEDOIDS, CLARANS, BIRCH, CURE, DBSCAN, OPTICS, STING and CLIQUE. These algorithms can be divided into several categories. Three prominent categories are partitioning, hierarchical and density-based. All these algorithms try to challenge the clustering problems treating huge amount of data in large databases. However, none of them are the most effective. In density-based clustering algorithms, which are designed to discover clusters of arbitrary shape in databases with noise, a cluster is defined as a high-density region partitioned by low-density regions in data space. DBSCAN (Density Based Spatial Clustering of Applications with Noise) is a typical Density-based clustering algorithm.
            The proposed clustering and outlier detection system has been implemented using Weka and tested with the proteins data base created by Gaussian distribution function. The data will form circular or spherical clusters in space.
Ø  Optics
Ø  K-means
Ø  K-Medoids
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·         RAM                                :           1GB
·         Hard Disk                      :           80GB
·         Operating System       :           Windows XP
·         Language used           :           Java (Swing)

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