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By Sadaaki Miyamoto

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The major topic of this booklet is the bushy c-means proposed by way of Dunn and Bezdek and their diversifications together with fresh experiences. a chief the reason for this is that we be aware of fuzzy c-means is that the majority method and alertness stories in fuzzy clustering use fuzzy c-means, and therefore fuzzy c-means can be thought of to be an incredible means of clustering generally, regardless no matter if one is attracted to fuzzy equipment or now not. in contrast to such a lot reports in fuzzy c-means, what we emphasize during this e-book is a kinfolk of algorithms utilizing entropy or entropy-regularized equipment that are much less recognized, yet we think about the entropy-based option to be one other priceless approach to fuzzy c-means. all through this booklet one in all our intentions is to discover theoretical and methodological changes among the Dunn and Bezdek conventional technique and the entropy-based approach. We do notice declare that the entropy-based strategy is healthier than the conventional procedure, yet we think that the tools of fuzzy c-means turn into complete via including the entropy-based approach to the tactic by means of Dunn and Bezdek, given that we will discover natures of the either equipment extra deeply by way of contrasting those two.

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We then obtain ∂ ∂σij (ξ Σi−1 ξ) = − ξ Σi−1 Ej Σi−1 ξ = − (Σi−1 ξ) Ej (Σi−1 ξ) = − (Σi−1 ξ)j (Σi−1 ξ) = −(Σi−1 ξ)(Σi−1 ξ) = −Σi−1 ξξ Σi−1 . Using (i) and (ii) in the last equation, we obtain 2 ∂Ji ∂σij N N ψik Σi−1 (xk − μi )(xk − μi ) Σi−1 − = k=1 ψik Σi−1 = 0. k=1 Multiplications of Σi to the above equation from the right and the left lead us to N − ψik (xk − μi )(xk − μi ) + Ψi Σi = 0. 92). 3 Variations and Generalizations - I Many studies have been done with respect to variations and generalizations of the basic methods of fuzzy c-means.

Then, ∂ (Σi−1 Σi ) = ∂σij = ∂ ∂σij ∂ ∂σij Σi−1 Σi + Σi−1 ∂ ∂σij Σi Σi−1 Σi + Σi Ej = 0 whereby we have ∂ ∂σij Σi−1 = −Σi−1 Ej Σi−1 . Suppose a vector ξ does not contain an element in Σi . We then obtain ∂ ∂σij (ξ Σi−1 ξ) = − ξ Σi−1 Ej Σi−1 ξ = − (Σi−1 ξ) Ej (Σi−1 ξ) = − (Σi−1 ξ)j (Σi−1 ξ) = −(Σi−1 ξ)(Σi−1 ξ) = −Σi−1 ξξ Σi−1 . Using (i) and (ii) in the last equation, we obtain 2 ∂Ji ∂σij N N ψik Σi−1 (xk − μi )(xk − μi ) Σi−1 − = k=1 ψik Σi−1 = 0. k=1 Multiplications of Σi to the above equation from the right and the left lead us to N − ψik (xk − μi )(xk − μi ) + Ψi Σi = 0.

Direct Derivation of Classification Functions 35 We then have δL = ηi (x)D(x, vi )dx + ν B(r) ηi (x)[1 + log Ui (x)]dx B(r) ηi (x)λ(x)dx. + B(r) Put δL = 0 and note ηi (x) is arbitrary. We hence have D(x, vi ) + ν(1 + log Ui (x)]) + λ(x) = 0 from which Ui (x) = exp(−1 − λ(x)/ν) exp(−D(x, vi )/ν) holds. Summing up the above equation with respect to j = 1, . . , c: c 1= c exp(−1 − λ(x)/ν) exp(−D(x, vj )/ν). 54). 53), the same type of the calculus of variations should be applied. 77) B(r) U (x) ≥ 0, = 1, .

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