Algorithm 360: shortest-path forest with topological ordering [H]

  title={Algorithm 360: shortest-path forest with topological ordering [H]},
  author={Robert B. Dial},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
  • R. Dial
  • Published 1 November 1969
  • Computer Science
  • Commun. ACM
row one of IL down the right edge of a strip of paper using the same spacing as for the observations. [] Key Method Now write row two of MD on a strip of paper and proceed as before. If we continue this process with all the rows of Mn we will get a new vector zn whose elements are linear transformations of the observation vector y, The dimension of z,, is the same as that of y. Similarly form znBl from Zn and &-I . Continuing this process we finally obtain z1 = z which is the desired interaction vector. In…

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