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The system provides an initial clustering of data. When the user selects a subset of the clusters for further examination, the system gathers their components and regroups them to form new clusters. Scatter/Gather aims at pursuing and ﬁnding structure in a small part of a corpus. This makes it an interesting complement to our approach: Scatter/Gather may provide an eﬀective means for browsing and focusing on clusters of interest, and semi-supervised learning may be an eﬀective means of improving the quality of those clusters.
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