- Traditional clustering algorithms fail to produce human-like results when confronted with data of variable density, complex distributions, or in the presence of noise. We propose an improved graph-based clustering algorithm called Chameleon 2, which overcomes several drawbacks of state-of-the-art clustering approaches
- decisions, considers shape of cluster • Disadvantages - Graph must fit memory - Data item similarity measure required - cannot undo merge Jeffery Antoniuk 19 Conclusion (Cont.) • Major contributions - Agglomerative hierarchical
**clustering**:**Chameleon**- Dynamic modeling • Relative inter-connectivity • Relative closeness Jeffery. - Clustering process groups the related data together to form clusters. Chameleon is agglomerative hierarchical clustering algorithm that overcomes the limitations of existing clustering algorithms. The main feature of Chameleon algorithm is that it considers both interconnectivity and closeness in identifying the most similar pair of clusters

The hierarchical clustering of the algorithm that overcomes all limitations of the base models and methods that are present in the data warehousing in combination is called the Chameleon. This method operates as a sparse graph that has nodes, that is a Chameleon can represent data items and edges representing the need of the data items Clustering is a discovery process in data mining. It groups a set of data in a way that maximizes the similarity within clusters and minimizes the similarity between two different clusters. Many advanced algorithms have difficulty dealing with highly variable clusters that do not follow a preconceived model. By basing its selections on both interconnectivity and closeness, the Chameleon.

- (3) limitations. (a) k-means (b) k-medoids (c) CLARA (d) BIRCH (e) CHAMELEON (f) DBSCAN OPTICS: A Cluster-Ordering Method (1999) OPTICS: Some Extension from DBSCAN • OPTICS: Ordering Points To Identify the Clustering Structure -Ankerst, Breunig, Kriegel, and Sander (SIGMOD'99) -Produces a special order of the database wrt its density
- ing. Nowadays, hierarchical clustering technique is beco
- Chameleon: Clustering Using Dynamic Modeling Adapt to the characteristics of the data set to find the natural clusters Use a dynamic model to measure the similarity between clusters - Main properties are the relative closeness and relative inter-connectivity of the cluste
- Chameleon: Clustering Using Dynamic Modeling OAdapt to the characteristics of the data set to find the natural clusters OUse a dynamic model to measure the similarity between clusters - Main property is the relative closeness and relative inter-connectivity of the cluster - Two clusters are combined if the resulting cluster shares certai
- limitations of existing agglomerative hierarchical clustering algorithms discussed in Section 3. Figure 6 provides an overview of the overall approach used by Advanced CHAMELEON to find the clusters in a data Advanced CHAMELEON operates on a sparse graph in which nodes represent data items, and weighte

- By focusing on the relative closeness between clusters, C HAMELEON can overcome the limitations of existing algorithms that look only at the absolute closeness. For instance, in the example shown in Figure 2 that was discussed in Section 3, C HAMELEON will correctly prefer to merge the clusters (c) and (d) over the clusters (a) and (b)
- Ann Oper Res (2009) 168: 225-245 DOI 10.1007/s10479-008-0368-4 Chameleon based on clustering feature tree and its application in customer segmentatio
- Chameleon is a typical agglomerative hierarchical clustering based on dynamic modeling proposed by Karypis et al. [ 16 ]. It overcomes the traditional clustering limitations and can find clusters of any shape, size and density with high quality
- Limitations of Current Merging Schemes (a) (b) (c) Closeness schemes will merge (a) and (b) (d) Average connectivity schemes will merge (c) and (d) Chameleon: Clustering Using Dynamic Modeling Adapt to the characteristics of the data set to find the natural clusters Use a dynamic model to measure the similarity betwee

Chameleon and Hypergraph‐based Clustering. 12/10/2008 21 Sparsification in the Clustering Process Limitations of Current Merging Schemes Existing merging schemes in hierarchical. ** CHAMELEON: CLUSTERING USING DYNAMIC MODELING Chameleon is a new agglomerative hierarchical clus-tering algorithm that overcomes the limitations of existing clustering algorithms**. Figure 3 (on page 70) provides an overview of the overall approach used by Chameleon to ﬁnd the clusters in a data set. The Chameleon algorithm's key feature is. However, the sampled data X ′ should be sufficient enough. Step 1. Divide data set X randomly into p sample data sets ( p = N / N ′, each set has N ′ data points). Step 2. For each sample data set, apply the original version of CURE, until (at most) N ′ / q clusters are formed ( q > 1 ). Step 3 Limitations Currently, SLATE on Chameleon does not support a floating-IP address provisioner (MetalLB on most SLATE clusters). Thus, most OSG applications cannot be run. Additionally, the functionality of the ingress controller present on most SLATE clusters will be limited CHAMELEON: by G. Karypis, E.H. Han, and V. Kumar'99 Basic ideas: A graph-based clustering approach A two-phase algorithm: Partitioning: cluster objects into a large number of small sub-clusters Agglomerative hierarchical clustering: repeatedly combine sub-clusters Measures the similarity based on a dynamic mode

It is important to be aware of different client versions. Chameleon expects version 2.2.2 to be used. Network Lease. Afterwards, a ticket will need to be submitted to the Chameleon help desk. Provision Resources Assign Cluster Hostnames. Our testing software, perfSONAR, requires a DNS name, not an IP address Chameleon clustering first divides the original data into a smaller sized graph and then merge these small-sized graphs to create the final clusters. there are certain limitations. It requires prior knowledge about the number of clusters to be formed, may return local optimal solutions, low scalability, and sensitive towards initial. Chameleon is a hierarchical clustering algorithm that uses dynamic modeling to determine the similarity between pairs of clusters. In chameleon, cluster similarity is assessed based on how well connected objects are Ms. Pooja Gupta et al./ International Journal of Computer Science & Engineering Technology (IJCSET We implement it on a 49-node chameleon cluster and compare it to SLURM, a state-of-the-art power management system, but not considering coupling, and PowerShift, a power capping system for dependent applications without node-level optimization. On average, PoDD increases performance over SLURM by 14-22%, over PowerShift by 11-13% Clustering is also called data segmentation in some applications because clustering partitions large data sets into groups according to their similarity. Clustering can also be used for outlier detection, where outliers (values that are far away from any cluster) may be more interesting than common cases

- @inherit_doc class BisectingKMeans (JavaEstimator, HasDistanceMeasure, HasFeaturesCol, HasPredictionCol, HasMaxIter, HasSeed, JavaMLWritable, JavaMLReadable): A bisecting k-means algorithm based on the paper A comparison of document clustering techniques by Steinbach, Karypis, and Kumar, with modification to fit Spark. The algorithm starts from a single cluster that contains all points
- 8.4 Spectral Clustering¶. One of the main limitations of the k-means clustering algorithm is its tendency to seek for globular-shaped clusters. Thus, it does not work when applied to datasets with arbitrary-shaped clusters or when the cluster centroids overlapped with one another
- Given the limitations of clustering approaches, we performed supervised machine learning analysis and classification (using a support vector machine classifier, SVM, see Materials and methods) on the basis of the colour histograms. Supervised learning tends to produce much better classifications than clustering methods when patterns in.
- Chameleon is a clustering algorithm that combines an initial partitioning of the data with a novel hierar-chical clustering scheme that dynamically models clus- serious limitations. In particular, ROCK is similar to the group average agglomerative hierarchical technique mentioned earlier and shares a bias towards globula
- Chameleon clustering is an algorithm that uses dynamic modeling in hierarchical clustering. It does not depend on user supplied information but it automatically adapts to the internal characteristics of the clusters being merged [3].To know the.

Chameleon: A hierarchical Clustering Algorithm Using Dynamic Modeling. By George Karypis, Eui-Hong Han,Vipin Kumar. and not by Prashant Thiruvengadachari Existing Algorithms. K-means and PAM. Algorithm assigns K-representational points to the clusters and tries to form clusters based on the distance measure. More algorithm the knee of a curve; (3) we explore the feasibility and limitations of using the knee of a curve to determine the number of down) approach repeatedly splits a cluster into two. CURE [3] and Chameleon [5] are examples of two hierarchical clustering algorithms. Segmentation Algorithms

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- Chameleon is a hierarchical algorithm that employs dynamic modeling to improve clustering quality =-= [7]-=-. When merging two clusters, one might consider the sum of the similarities between pairs of elements across the clusters (e.g. average-link clustering). A drawback of this approach is that the existe..
- based on dynamic modeling of cluster similarity is called Chameleon. In this paper we present a modified hierarchical clustering algorithm that used the main idea of Chameleon and the effectiveness of suggested approach will be demonstrated by the experimental results. Keywords: Chameleon, clustering, hypergraph partitioning, coarsening hypergraph
- To avoid these limitations, this article presents a novel service clustering approach. It uses the Chameleon clustering algorithm to cluster the services. The empirical evaluation on real-world data set highlights the benefits provided by the combination of topological and topic similarities. Service clustering is considered to be an.

A chameleon is mostly a display animal and cannot be treated like the average household cat or dog. Most dislike handling by their owner and become stressed out if held too long. Of course, their personalities differ, and it is possible for a chameleon to enjoy climbing on people. For the most part, however, prospective owners should assume. The minimum spanning tree- (MST-) based clustering method can identify clusters of arbitrary shape by removing inconsistent edges. The definition of the inconsistent edges is a major issue that has to be addressed in all MST-based clustering algorithms. In this paper, we propose a novel MST-based clustering algorithm through the cluster center initialization algorithm, called cciMST (e.g. CHAMELEON [20]) identify data clusters by connecting nearby data points. Clusters are then separated into groups by cutting the smallest number of links. C. Limitations of Clustering Methods for Compact Similarity Joins While post-processing the results of a similarity join us-ing one of the above clustering algorithms would result i Density-based spatial clustering of applications with noise (DBSCAN) is a data clustering algorithm proposed by Martin Ester, Hans-Peter Kriegel, Jörg Sander and Xiaowei Xu in 1996. It is a density-based clustering non-parametric algorithm: given a set of points in some space, it groups together points that are closely packed together (points with many nearby neighbors), marking as outliers.

Figure 4 Semantically Cluster With Recommendation Rules ResultsFour different types of metrics are used for Comparing Web usage mining based on clustering, Chameleon clustering algorithm with Semantic analysis algorithm and Semantic Chameleon Clustering analysis algorithm with Recommendations rule algorithms such as precision, coverage, F1. Popular examples of hierarchical clustering methods include BIRCH and Chameleon. Density-based methods. Plot showing the cluster centroids and data points. I wanted to discuss the limitations of K-Means algorithm and wanted to give you some further references to study. Limitations of K-Means limitations. a. k-means b. k-medoids c. CLARA d. BIRCH e. ROCK f. Chameleon g. DBSCAN 5. Design a privacy-preserving clustering method so that a data owner would be able to ask a third party to mine the data for quality clustering without worrying about the potential inappropriate disclosure of certain private or sensitive information stored in. Chameleon: Adaptive Code Optimization for Expedited Deep Neural Network Compilation. Achieving faster execution with shorter compilation time can foster further diversity and innovation in neural networks. However, the current paradigm of executing neural networks either relies on hand-optimized libraries, traditional compilation heuristics, or.

* Describe each of the following clustering algorithms in terms of the following criteria: (1) shapes of clusters that can be determined; (2) input parameters that must be specified; and (3) limitations*. (a) k-means (b) k-medoids (c) CLARA (d) BIRCH (e) CHAMELEON (f) DBSCAN. 10.1 The World Wide Web and its associated technologies have become a major implementation and delivery platform for a large variety of applications, ranging from simple institutional information Web sites to sophisticated supply-chain management systems, financial applications, e-government, distance learning, and entertainment, among others. Such applications, in addition to their intrinsic.

** Data Mining**. Describe each of the following clustering algorithms in terms of the following criteria: (1) shapes of clusters that can be determined; (2) input parameters that must be specified; and (3) limitations. (a) k-means (b) k-medoids (c) CLARA (d) BIRCH (e) CHAMELEON (f) DBSCAN. if you dont know the answer please dont wast my paid question Database Clustering with Galera Cluster and Galera Manager. 8. March 2021. Galera is a multimaster MySQL cluster that provides virtually synchronous replication by certifying so called write-sets, which ensures that all database transactions are committed on all cluster nodes. The software is developed and maintained by Codership Graph Based Clustering Sparsification The amount of data that needs to be from CS F415 at Birla Institute of Technology & Scienc

Clustering is the unsupervised classification of data into groups/clusters [1]. The input for a system of cluster analysis is a set of samples and a measure of similarity (or dissimilarity) between two samples. The output from cluster analysis is a number of groups /clusters that form a partition, or Chameleon is a hierarchical clustering algorithm that overcomes the limitations of the existing models and the methods present in the data warehousing. This method operates on the sparse graph having nodes that represent the data items and edges represent the weights of the data items. The representation of it allows large data set to be. Cluster the points in each partition into m/pq clusters using CURE's hierarchical clustering algorithm to obtain a total of m/p clusters 4. Use CURE hierarchical clustering algorithm to cluster m/q clusters found in previous step until k clusters remain 5. Eliminate outliers 6 •OSU InfiniBand Cluster •Chameleon Cloud Computing Testbed •NCCL has some limitations •Only works for a single node, thus, no scale-out on multiple nodes •Degradation across IOH (socket) for scale-up (within a node) •We propose optimized MPI_Bcas Either way, hierarchical clustering produces a tree of cluster possibilities for n data points. After you have your tree, you pick a level to get your clusters. Agglomerative clustering. In our Notebook, we use scikit-learn's implementation of agglomerative clustering. Agglomerative clustering is a bottom-up hierarchical clustering algorithm

However, several limitations hinder biologists from recognizing important patterns in datasets. The volume of the microarray experiment data makes it impossible to show the dendrogram of a large microarray experiment in one screen. Researchers also struggle to understand the implications of a clustering result for their research In Chameleon, cluster similarity is assessed based on how well-connected objects are within a The notion of distance-based outliers was introduced to counter the main limitations imposed by statistical methods. An object, o, in a data set, D, is a distance-based (DB) outlier with parameters pct and dmin,11 that is, a. Perarnau took advantage of Chameleon's large homogenous partition, comprising hundreds of nodes and deployed a small HPC cluster on top of it. Using Chameleon, he could test the four key innovations that define the project — 1) the Global Operating System, 2) the Node operating system, 3) the concurrency runtime, and 4) the backplane (BEACON) 4. Explain the chameleon method used in Data Warehousing. Chameleon is a hierarchical clustering algorithm that overcomes the limitations of the existing models and methods present in Data Warehousing. This method operates on the sparse graph having nodes that represent data items and edges which represent the weights of the data items Numerous clustering algorithms appear in literature [1-4,8-19]. Clustering techniques can be broadly categorized into partitional clustering and hierarchical clustering [1,2] which differ in whether they produce flat partitions or hierarchy of clusters. The k-means is a partitional clustering algorithm which has O(n) time complexity i

CHAMELEON (Clustering Complex Objects)April 18, 2013 Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques 57 58. Distance-Based Approach Introduced to counter the main limitations imposed by statistical methods We need multi-dimensional analysis without knowing data distribution Distance-based outlier: A DB(p, D)-outlier is an object O in a dataset T such. Abstract This paper presents two different versions of a new internal index for **clustering** validation using graphs. These graphs capture the structural characteristics of each cluster. In this way, the new index overcomes the **limitations** of traditional indices based on statistics measurements and it is effective on clusters of different shapes and sizes Information Sciences 466 (2018) 129-151] proposed a parameter-free clustering algorithm, named I-nice, which can identify the number of clusters and initial cluster centres using observation points. Although the experiment presented good clustering performance of I-nice, there are two inherent limitations that can be further improved Further, this paper intended with the comparison results of these algorithms with the experimental work by using web log data. The performance results show that the CHAMELEON clustering with Semantic analysis combined with the Recommendation Rules Generation component performs better than the other two techniques Important. Limitations. The primary usage scenario of the cc-cloudfuse tool is to allow you to interact with Chameleon Object Store using familiar file system operations. Because the cc-cloudfuse runs on top of an object store, it is important to understand that not all functionality will behave identically to a regular file system.. Symbolic links, file permissions, and POSIX file locking.

* CHAMELEON and ROCK perform clustering according an edge cut measure*. Where X and Y are disjoint sets of vertices, we define (X, Y) to be the set of edges having one end in X and one end in Y, and define its capacity cap(X, Y) to be the sum of weights of edges in (X, Y). In ROCK, for any pair of vertices v and w, cap({v}, {w}) is written as link. therapeutically useful ligands appear to cluster together in galaxies. Clustering of ligand cavities, the binding partner of the ligand, is not well predicted by either sequence or fold space. There are differences in the similarities in sequence-, fold- and cavity space such that cavity space is most similar to ligand binding space [3.

Recent Hierarchical Clustering Methods Major weakness of agglomerative clustering methods do not scale well: time complexity of at least O(n2), where n is the number of total objects can never undo what was done previously Integration of hierarchical with distance-based clustering BIRCH (1996): uses CF-tree and incrementally adjusts the quality. Hierarchical Clustering Agglomerative approach Initialization: Each object is a cluster Iteration: Merge two clusters which are Comparison Compare Dendrograms Effect of Bias towards Spherical Clusters Strength of Single-link Limitations of Single-Link Strength of Complete-link Which Distance Measure is Better? Limitation of Complete-Link. The clustering process can be presented as searching a graph where every node is a potential solution, that is, a set of kmedoids CHAMELEON (1999): hierarchical clustering using dynamic modeling. 7 Data Mining for Knowledge Management 71 BIRCH (1996

enabling efficient clustering of very large datasets. Hierarchical algorithms can be either agglomerative or divisive. The agglomerative (bottom-up) approach repeatedly merges two clusters, while the divisive (top-down) approach repeatedly splits a cluster into two. CURE [6] and Chameleon [10] are examples of two hierarchical clustering algorithms 2.3 Clustering in Bioinformatics—Genetic Data 38 2.3.1 Microarray Analysis 38 2.3.4.4 CHAMELEON 43 2.3.4.5 BRICH (Balanced Iterative Reducing and Clustering Using Hierarchies) 44 and Limitations 79 Hemanta Kumar Palo, Santanu Sahoo and Asit Kumar Subudh

pg_chameleon 2.0 have an experimental support for the postgresql source type. When set to pgsql the system expects a postgresql source database rather a mysql. The following limitations apply. There is no support for real time replica. The data copy happens always with file method. The copy_max_memory doesn't apply. The type override doesn. cluster) are more similar to each other to those in the other groups [5, 6]. 2. LITERATURE SURVEY algorithm. In [1] presents the limitations of WSN such as limited storage and processing capabilities, security and privacy. To overcome these limitations cloud is integrated with WSN, which results in Sensor-Cloud

Q25. K-Mean algorithm has some limitations. One of the limitation it has is, it makes hard assignments(A point either completely belongs to a cluster or not belongs at all) of points to clusters. Note: Soft assignment can be consider as the probability of being assigned to each cluster: say K = 3 and for some point xn, p1 = 0.7, p2 = 0.2, p3 = 0.1 Step 1: I use a 32oz plastic container. I find it to be a bit taller and more vertical surface area. Makes for a condense droplet patch on the screen. You can use whatever you like. The whole idea is just to contain the mist and accumulate it on the screen to form rain like drops. Step 2: Drill or cut a hole in the middle of the bottom of the. •Chameleon Cloud •Futuresystems •Jetstream •Goal •Compare within the allocation limitations of a class multiple cloud performances by varying a number of parameters. •Scripted Deployments •We developed automated scripted deployment and benchmarking process •cloud name is passed as a paramete Chameleon [5] is a classical clustering algorithm based on hierarchy and graph partition, which consists of two parts. This method ˝rst employs the graph-cut technique to 74612 2169-3536 2019 IEEE. Translations and content mining are permitted for academic research only

Limitations: Jarvis-Patrick clustering defines a cluster as a connected component within the SNN similarity graph. Thus, whether a bunch of objects is split into two clusters or left collectively may rely on a single link. Hence, Jarvis-Patrick clustering is somewhat brittle i.e., it may split true clusters or join clusters that ought to be. A cluster is then very intuitively defined as a set of density-connected points that is maximal with respect to density-reachability. Mathematically, we have the following definition. Definition 5 (Cluster). Let D be a data set. A cluster C with respect to eps and Nmin is a nonempty subset of D satisfying the following conditions: 1 Chameleon is a really good piece of equipment. The drawbacks and benefits are lower than other stealth systems, so it lets you incorporate it into more units. IMO: Chameleon should be much more common, at least as much as TSM. It has a similar profile and is powerful, albeit in a different way * Clustering using Hierarchies), is introduced in [Zha96]*. The authors employ the concepts of Clustering Feature and CF tree. Clustering feature is summarizing information about a cluster. CF tree is a balanced tree used to store the clustering features. This algorithm makes full use of th

Clustering is widely used in data analysis, and density-based methods are developed rapidly in the recent 10 years. Although the state-of-art density peak clustering algorithms are efficient and can detect arbitrary shape clusters, they are nonsphere type of centroid-based methods essentially. In this paper, a novel local density hierarchical clustering algorithm based on reverse nearest. Article An Adaptive Sweep-Circle Spatial Clustering Algorithm Based on Gestalt Qingming Zhan1, Shuguang Deng1,2,*and Zhihua Zheng3 1 School of Urban Design, Wuhan University, 129 Luoyu Road, Wuhan 430079, China; qmzhan@whu.edu.cn;dsgsos@foxmail.com 2 Department of civil and Surveying Engineering, Gu ilin university of Technology at Nanning,15 Anji.

That may be enough to push it into a wet/dry season hybrid. Your right, alot of those rain days are at night, or evening. I mist the same, I do, do an afternoon mist. However I turn off the basking light, and the LEDs 30 mins before the mist, and do not turn them back on till 30 mins after. To.. Included Log Aggregators and Log Forwarders as per review comments. Spins two fluentd forwarder and one each fluentd aggregators-active, fluentd aggregator-standby Commit to enable Fluentd Clusteri.. Another limitation, which also exists in other more advanced hierarchical clustering-based algorithms such as CURE , ROCK , and CHAMELEON , is that once an object is assigned to a cluster, it will not be considered again in the ensuing process . In the context of SPN clustering, the misclassification at the earlier stage is likely to induce. I also would choose A & B. C were not bad, if you configure a cluster management IP, but otherwise, the mgmt is dedicated per member. A: Session-pickup has some limitations. For example, the FGCP does not support session failover for sessions being scanned by proxy-based security profiles The Algorithm - **Limitations** • Density-based **clustering** highly susceptible to the radius and density threshold parameters. • Computational cost for creating an efficient data **Chameleon** Dataset 1. SI0506 - Data **Clustering** Using Flocking 12 Results - **Chameleon** Dataset 2

These limitations squander the performance potential of smart cache management. KPart is a hybrid cache partitioning-sharing technique that sidesteps the limitations of way-partitioning and unlocks significant performance on current systems. KPart using machine learning clustering techniques to group co-running applications into clusters, then. The Learning Chameleon, Inc. 5601 W. Slauson Ave., Suite 184 Culver City, California 90230 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NUMBER Final 9. SPONSORING/MONITORING AGENCY NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) Defense Advanced Research Agency (DoD) ARPA Order Nr. Q978-00 ATTN: DSO (Lt Col William D. Casebeer, Program Manager The proliferation of multi-type relational datasets in a number of important real-world applications and the limitations resulting from the transformation of such datasets to fit propositional data mining approaches have led to the emergence of the discipline of multi-type relational data mining. Clustering is an important unsupervised learning. Algorithm Draw random sample Cluster with links Label data in disk CHAMELEON CHAMELEON: hierarchical clustering using dynamic modeling, by G. Karypis, E.H. Han and V. Kumar'99 Measures the similarity based on a dynamic model Two clusters are merged only if the interconnectivity and closeness (proximity) between two clusters are high relative. LUCIANA LOURDES SILVA CO-CHANGE CLUSTERING Thesis presented to the Graduate Program in Computer Science of the Federal Univer-sity of Minas Gerais in partial fulﬁllment o

The Chameleon insists he is the centre of the universe, and we all ignore him, right?. We looked up a globular cluster (a big group of old stars in the Milky Way). I haven't got to comment on most links yet due to the power limitations causing a globular cluster of time-eating black holes in my immediate neighbourhood.. but I have. Cluster analysis— or simply clustering— is a data mining technique often used to identify various groupings or taxonomies in real-world databases. Most existing methods for clustering apply only to unstructured data. This research focuses on hierarchical conceptual clustering in structured, discrete-valued databases Agglomerative clustering. In this case of clustering, the hierarchical decomposition is done with the help of bottom-up strategy where it starts by creating atomic (small) clusters by adding one data object at a time and then merges them together to form a big cluster at the end, where this cluster meets all the termination conditions In this paper we also have used the notion of community as the key concept. In our previous work, we presented a divisive hierarchical clustering procedure based on minimum edge-cut principle and two constraints which have been used as stopping criteria in the partition phase of CHAMELEON Chameleon's design relied on a separate cluster for its periodic profiling so as to avoid any disruptions to live video analytics. 3. Although not mentioned in the paper, I doubt that, similar to NoScope, Chameleon is designed for fixed angle cameras. Thus, I think it is an interesting future work to explore the world of moving cameras Cluster node limitations. When setting up your Redshift cluster, you can select between dense storage (ds2) and dense compute (dc1) cluster types. Dense compute nodes are SSD based which allocates only 200GB per node, but results in faster queries