hieraclus: Automated clustering of arbitrary elements in Haskell

[ bsd3, clustering, library, math, statistics ] [ Propose Tags ]

Hieraclus is a library that supports clustering of arbitrary elements in haskell. The difference to the already existing cluster library "hierarchical-clustering" is the ability to work with abort criterias which allow an "intelligent" clustering. With the help of abort criterias the user can specify conditions that must be fulfilled in order to stop the clustering process.

Versions [faq] 0.1, 0.1.1,,, 0.1.2,
Dependencies base (>=2 && <=5), containers, haskell98, hstats (>=0.3), HUnit (>=1), mtl, multiset (>=0.2.1) [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright (c) Philipp Pribbernow
Author Philipp Pribbernow
Maintainer philipp...pribbernow@<nospam>t-online.org
Category Math, Statistics, Clustering
Uploaded by PhilippPribbernow at 2011-09-22T19:01:37Z
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  • Numeric
    • Statistics
      • Clustering
        • Numeric.Statistics.Clustering.Clustering
        • Numeric.Statistics.Clustering.VectorUtils


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