### description

Subspace fuzzy c-means algorithm is a clustering algorithm that assings each data items with its memberships to clusters and in each cluster it assings weight to each attributes.
The algorithm has been described in detail in papers:

- Krzysztof Siminski, Clustering in Fuzzy Subspaces, [in] Theoretical and Applied Informatics, 2012, volume 24, number 4, pp. 313-326. doi: 10.2478/v10179-012-0019-y
- Krzysztof Siminski, Neuro-fuzzy system with weighted attributes, [in] Soft Computing, 2014, volume 18, number 2, pp. 285-297. doi: 10.1007/s00500-013-1057-z

The algorithm has been implemented in the C++ language. The code source is provided below.

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C++ source code (requires a compiler compatible with at least C++11 standard)

### citation

If you find this algorithm interesting and useful please cite paper:

Krzysztof Simiński, Neuro-fuzzy system with weighted attributes, [in] Soft Computing, 2014, volume 18, number 2, pp. 285-297. doi: 10.1007/s00500-013-1057-z
@ARTICLE{id:Siminski2014Neuro,
author = {Krzysztof Siminski},
title = {Neuro-fuzzy system with weighted attributes},
journal = {Soft Computing},
volume = {18},
number = {2},
pages = {285--297},
year = {2014},
doi = {10.1007/s00500-013-1057-z},
abstract = {The paper presents the neuro-fuzzy system with weighted attributes.
Its crucial part is the fuzzy rule base composed of fuzzy rules (implications).
In each rule the attributes have their own weights. In our system the weights
of the attributes are numbers from the interval $[0, 1]$ and they are not global:
each fuzzy rule has its own attributes' weights, thus it exists in its own weighted subspace.
The theoretical description is accompanied by results of experiments on real life
data sets. They show that the neuro-fuzzy system with weighted attributes can elaborate
more precise results than the system that does not apply weights to attributes. Assigning
weights to attributes can also discover knowledge about importance of attributes and their relations.},
}
### description

The algorithm clusters incomplete data into interval type-2 fuzzy clusters.
The algorithm assigns typicalities to data item, what makes it robust to outliers and noise.
The algorithm has been described in detail in papers:

- [to be published]

The algorithm has been implemented in the C++ language. The code source is provided below.

### download

C++ source code (requires a compiler compatible with at least C++11 standard)

### citation

If you find this algorithm interesting and useful please cite paper:

[to be published]
[to be published]