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Clustering as a tool for self-generation of intelligent systems : a survey.

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Clustering as a tool for self-generation of intelligent systems : a survey. / Dutta Baruah, Rashmi; Angelov, Plamen.

2010. 34-41 Paper presented at Evolving Intelligent Systems, EIS'10, Leicester, UK, .

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Dutta Baruah, R & Angelov, P 2010, 'Clustering as a tool for self-generation of intelligent systems : a survey.', Paper presented at Evolving Intelligent Systems, EIS'10, Leicester, UK, 29/03/10 - 1/04/10 pp. 34-41.

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Dutta Baruah, R., & Angelov, P. (2010). Clustering as a tool for self-generation of intelligent systems : a survey.. 34-41. Paper presented at Evolving Intelligent Systems, EIS'10, Leicester, UK, .

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Dutta Baruah R, Angelov P. Clustering as a tool for self-generation of intelligent systems : a survey.. 2010. Paper presented at Evolving Intelligent Systems, EIS'10, Leicester, UK, .

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Dutta Baruah, Rashmi ; Angelov, Plamen. / Clustering as a tool for self-generation of intelligent systems : a survey. Paper presented at Evolving Intelligent Systems, EIS'10, Leicester, UK, .9 p.

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