Re: [visad] help: Clustering of data using visAD

 Hi Katendey,

You would probably want to use VisAD's MathTypes to
express input and output data of your clustering algorithm.
For example, input to a clustering algorithm might be a
Set over a 3-D domain (x, y, z), so the Set would have
MathType Set(x, y, z). The clustering algorithm would
partition a Set of this MathType into a number of Sets
of that same MathType, and these could be expressed
by a Function from an integer index to Sets. The MathType
of the Function would be:

(index -> Set(x, y, z))

Each range Set of the Function would be a cluster of samples
from the input Set.

This is a pretty high-level, abstract description (I have been
retired for years so that's about all I can provide these days),
but you may be able to fill in the details using the VisAD
documentation at:

http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/~billh/visad.html#documents

Good luck,
Bill

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "katendey kenneth"
  To: visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Subject: [visad] help: Clustering of data using visAD
  Date: Wed, 6 May 2009 00:31:24 -0700 (PDT)

  Hullo
  I need some help concerning the use of VisAD. I want to add the
  concept of
  clustering in my data but i don't know how to go about it when using
  visAD.
   will appreciate when assistance is accorded to me concerning the
  above
   issue.

  Katende Kenneth Kidonge Muzukulu Wa Laban Musoke Katende
  Data Assistant ,Case Western Research Collaboration
  P.O.Box 663, Kampala Uganda E.A.
  Tel:+256-414-533531
  Mobile:+256-772361159
  B.COM(Dr.B.R. Ambdekar |University,Agra India),Dip.Computerised
  Financial  Accounting(DataPro Infoworld Agra,India)

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