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Assume you apply DBSCAN to the same dataset, but the examples in the dataset are sorted differently. Will DBSCAN always return the same clustering for different orderings of the same dataset? Give reasons for your answer
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No, if the dataset contains border points that are in the radius of two or more core points, different processing orders of  those core points will lead to different clustering
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