Tartu Ülikool |

Proceedings of Computer Center, No.43, 1980,
pp. 74-90 |

Translated from Russian by J.E. Mullat |

Kuldev Ääremaa

**Determining the most important data classes
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**Abstract.** The method described below can be considered a
special case of object classi-fication, in which, along with the division into classes,
the required level is also the maxi-mum possible level. At the end of the article, it is
shown that the kernel of the system, with appropriate assignment of weights of elements,
can be considered as a K-cluster (in the sense of Ling, 1971), where k is the maximum
number at which clusters are fo rmed.