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Sept. 14, 2022, 3:09 p.m. | /u/aswd1908

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Good day, may I ask if anyone knows the current state of the art for clustering algorithms. While searching I only found variations of DBSCAN and Gaussian Mixture Models. Are these two still relevant or are there newer approaches used in the industry?

I have some driving data to work with and I'm currently planning to do a comparison of various clustering algorithms with SVM, PCA, ANN's and more.

Thank you :)

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