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@article{Cardoso2024GreedyRS, title={Greedy recursive spectral bisection for modularity-bound hierarchical divisive community detection}, author={Douglas O. Cardoso and Jo{\~a}o Domingos Gomes da Silva Junior and Carla Silva Oliveira and Celso Marques and Laura Silva de Assis}, journal={Statistics and Computing}, year={2024}, url={}}
  • Douglas O. Cardoso, João Domingos Gomes da Silva Junior, Laura Silva de Assis
  • Published in Statistics and computing 27 June 2024
  • Computer Science

This investigation conceived a novel spectral clustering method, as well as five policies that guide its execution, based on spectral graph theory and embodying hierarchical clustering principles, suggesting that the approach stands as a viable alternative, offering a robust choice within the spectrum of available same-purpose tools.

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