SOM_PAK: The self-organizing map program package. The Self-Organizing Map (SOM) represents the result of a vector quantization algorithm that places a number of reference or codebook vectors into a high-dimensional input data space to approximate to its data sets in an ordered fashion. The SOM PAK program package contains all programs necessary for the correct application of the SelfOrganizing Map algorithm in the visualization of complex experimental data. The first version 1.0 of this program package was published in 1992 and since then the package has been updated regularly to include latest improvements in the SOM implementations. This report that contains the last documentation was prepared for bibliographical purposes.

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  1. Li, Qianqian; Gu, Jifa: World Expo 2010 pavilions clustering analysis based on self-organizing map (2016)
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  3. Liebscher, Steffen; Kirschstein, Thomas; Becker, Claudia: The flood algorithm -- a multivariate, self-organizing-map-based, robust location and covariance estimator (2012)
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  5. Deng, Da: Content-based image collection summarization and comparison using self-organizing maps (2007)
  6. Penas, Marta; Penedo, Manuel G.; Carreira, María J.: A neural network based framework for directional primitive extraction (2007)
  7. Bernatavičienẹ, Jolita; Dzemyda, Gintautas; Kurasova, Olga; Marcinkevičius, Virginijus: Optimal decisions in combining the SOM with nonlinear projection methods (2006)
  8. Hynna, Kevin I.; Kaipainen, Mauri: Activation-based recursive self-organising maps: A general formulation and empirical results (2006)
  9. Kim, Sang-Woon; Oommen, B.John: Prototype reduction schemes applicable for non-stationary data sets (2006)
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