Recent Advances with the Growing Hierarchical Self-Organizing Map
We present our recent work on the Growing Hierarchical Self-Organizing Map, a dynamically growing neural network model which evolves into a hierarchical structure according to the necessities of the input data during an unsupervised training process. The benefits of this novel architecture are shown by organizing a real-world document collection according to semantic similarities.
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