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I didn't notice it mentioned but what's the Big-Oh performance of the sub-optimal k-means clustering algorithm? O(k)?
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The complexity of the sub-optimal (!) k-means algorithm is typically very high (e.g. it's NP-hard).
That's actually why I've used the number of algorithm optimizations such as k-means++ initialization algorithm, thoroughly discussed in this article, as well as the ability of the initialization process to produce the number of initial clusters prior to performing the actual clustering, and that really helps to reduce the computational complexity of the k-means algorithm.
I edited your subject line - let's keep "rude words" off the homepage, eh? Particularly when they look like something designed to start a flame war if the fanboise don't even follow the link or watch the video (like I didn't and I don't own any apple products) ...
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I think it would actually be easier to support unicode in .NET if .NET didn't purport to support unicode.
I'm making a lexer generator that supports unicode and the char datatype is absolutely useless for it.
I have to read unicode data directly as raw bytes just so i can process it properly because the BCL will not give me the information i need about the characters. So much of the unicode information is hidden they may as well have not supported it at all.
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