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Recent Advances in Descriptive Multivariate Analysis : Royal Statistical Society Lecture Note, No 2 - Wojtek J. Krzanowski

Recent Advances in Descriptive Multivariate Analysis

Royal Statistical Society Lecture Note, No 2

By: Wojtek J. Krzanowski (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 22nd June 1995
ISBN: 9780198522850
Number Of Pages: 376

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This book provides a state of the art summary on the general theme of descriptive multivariate analysis. It consists of a collection of commissioned, edited articles by an international group of leading researchers: Phipps Arabie (Rutgers University) writes on "Clustering from the Perspective of Combinatorial Data Analysis." Bernard Flury (Indiana University) includes some highly novel and previously unpublished work in "Principal Component Models for Patterned Covariance Matrices." David Edwards' (University of Novi Nordisk, Denmark) "Graphical Modelling" and the chapter on "Convergent Computation" provide thorough and useful surveys of recent research not available in other texts on multivariate analysis. Other contributions include James Ramsay (McGill University, Montreal); Clause Wiehs (CIBA-GEIGY, Bosle); Willen Heiser (University of Leiden); and Ruben Gabriel (University of Rochester, New York). The material should provide a useful reference for graduate students and researchers.

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"It fills a gap left by standard textbooks on multivariate analysis, which (understandably) contain only basic ideas and techniques. As such it would provide useful supplemental material for a graduate-level course...." --Technometrics


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Foreword 1: Clustering from the perspective of combinatorial data analysis 2: Developments in principal component analysis 3: Canonical discriminant analysis: comparison of resampling methods and convex-hull approximation 4: Nonlinear methods for the analysis of homogeneity and heterogeneity 5: Principles component models for patterned covariance matrices, with applications to canonical correlation analysis of several sets of variables 6: Orthogonal and projection Procrustes analysis 7: Graphical Modelling 8: Convergent computation by iterative majorization: theory and applications in multidimensional data analysis 9: Biplot display of multivariate categorical data, with comments on multiple correspondence analysis 10: MANOVA biplots for two-way contingency tables 11: Some tools for the multivariate analysis of functional data 12: A general theory of biplots References

ISBN: 9780198522850
ISBN-10: 0198522851
Series: Royal Statistical Society Lecture Note, No 2
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 376
Published: 22nd June 1995
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.18 x 16.41  x 2.64
Weight (kg): 0.67

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