Clustering Qualitative Data Based on Binary Equivalence Relations: Neighborhood Search Heuristics for the Clique Partitioning Problem
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Keywordsequivalence relation; clique partitioning; clustering; heuristics; tabu search; simulated annealing; neighborhood search;
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