Date Added: Aug 2012
Document clustering, one of the traditional data mining techniques, is an unsupervised learning paradigm where clustering methods try to identify inherent groupings of the text documents, so that a set of clusters is produced in which clusters exhibit high intra-cluster similarity and low inter-cluster similarity. The importance of document clustering emerges from the massive volumes of textual documents created. Although numerous document clustering methods have been extensively studied in these years, there still exist several challenges for increasing the clustering quality. Particularly, most of the current document clustering algorithms does not consider the semantic relationships which produce unsatisfactory clustering results.