Faculty Department of Project Supervisor:
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
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Multi-view clustering is a clustering paradigm that combınes available multi-view feature information to group subjects into clusters. Multi-view kernel clustering employs kernel functions to represent each view. Kernel functions allow solving the problem in a higher-dimensional space. There have been several multi-view kernel clustering approaches developed within the last decade. The project aims to systematically evaluate their performance on multiple real datasets.
Related Areas of Project:
Computer Science and Engineering