# Co-clustering Task

(Redirected from Two-Sided Clustering Task)

A Co-clustering Task is a Clustering Task that can produce/identify a biclique.

**AKA:**Two-Sided Clustering, Biclustering.**Context:**- It can be solved by a Co-clustering System (that implements a co-clustering algorithm).

**See:**Hierarchical Clustering Task, Correlational Clustering, Mode (Statistics), Cluster Analysis.

## References

### 2015

- (Wikipedia, 2015) ⇒ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/biclustering Retrieved:2015-11-8.
**Biclustering**, block clustering,**co-clustering**, or**two-mode clustering**is a data mining technique which allows simultaneous clustering of the rows and columns of a matrix. The term was first introduced by Mirkin,^{[1]}although the technique was originally introduced much earlier^{[1]}(i.e., by J.A. Hartigan ).Given a set of [math] m [/math] rows in [math] n [/math] columns (i.e., an [math] m \times n [/math] matrix), the biclustering algorithm generates biclusters – a subset of rows which exhibit similar behavior across a subset of columns, or vice versa.

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