Self-Organizing Maps in the Design and Processing of Granular Information
a high level of interaction with user — it is worth stressing that the constructs (information granules) are delineated by a human on a basis of visualization of highly dimensional data,
a solid support of the development of information granules cast in the framework of sets and fuzzy sets.
KeywordsHomogeneous Region Neighbor Function Information Granule Right Ventricular Hypertrophy Original Feature Space
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