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Title: PSO driven collaborative clustering: a clustering algorithm for ubiquitous environments
Authors: DEPAIRE, Benoit 
Falcon Martinez, R.
WETS, Geert 
Issue Date: 2008
Source: First Ubiquitous Knowledge Discovery Workshop (UKD2008), Antwerp (Belgium), 19 September 2008.
Abstract: The goal of this article is to introduce two existing clustering approaches into the domain of ubiquitous knowledge discovery. First we demonstrate how horizontal collaborative clustering can be performed in a ubiquitous environment and discuss the ability of these two clustering techniques to cope with privacy constraints. Next, we illustrate how a particle swarm optimization driven version of this clustering algorithm can be used in KDUbiq research and we introduce a ¯tness functions whose objective is to ¯nd similar cluster composition across data locations. Finally, we run an experiment which shows the potential of PSO driven collaborative clustering in a ubiquitous environment with privacy issues
Keywords: Ubiquitous Knowledge Discovery, Resource-Awareness, Privacy Restrictions, Horizontal Collaborative Clustering, Particle Swarm Optimization
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Category: C2
Type: Conference Material
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