Monothetic divisive clustering with geographical constraints

Abstract : DIVCLUS-T is a descendant hierarchical clustering algorithm based on a monothetic bipartitional approach allowing the dendrogram of the hierarchy to be read as a decision tree. We propose in this paper a new version of this method called C-DIVCLUS-T which is able to take contiguity constraints into account. We apply C-DIVCLUS-T to hydrological areas described by agricultural and environmental variables, in order to take their geographical contiguity into account in the monothetic clustering process.
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Marie Chavent, Yves Lechevallier, Francoise Vernier, Kevin Petit. Monothetic divisive clustering with geographical constraints. P. Brito. Compstat 2008, Aug 2008, Portugal. Physica-Verlag, pp.67-76, 2008. 〈hal-00332024〉

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