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Usually this is formalized as minimizing n d(xi , mc(i) ), where S(D, m1 , . . 1) i=1 c(i) = argmin d(xi , m j ), i = 1, . . ,K } by choice of the centroids m1 , . . , m K , where d is a dissimilarity measure. The centroids m1 , . . , m K may be required to be objects in D (in which case they are sometimes called “exemplars,”), or they may stem from the data space X . d may be the given dissimilarity measure that characterizes the objects or a transformation. For the K -means method, x1 , .