Self-Organizing Maps. Corby Ziesman March 21, 2007. Overview. A Self-Organizing Map (SOM) is a way to represent higher dimensional data in an usually 2-D or 3-D manner, such that similar data is grouped together. It runs unsupervised and performs the grouping on its own.
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