Eigenvalue-based model selection during latent semantic indexing

@article{Efron2005EigenvaluebasedMS,
  title={Eigenvalue-based model selection during latent semantic indexing},
  author={Miles Efron},
  journal={JASIST},
  year={2005},
  volume={56},
  pages={969-988}
}
This study describes amended parallel analysis (APA), a novel method for model selection in unsupervised learning problems such as information retrieval (IR). At issue is the selection of k, the number of dimensions retained under latent semantic indexing (LSI). APA is an elaboration of Horn’s parallel analysis, which advocates retaining eigenvalues larger than those that we would expect under term independence. APA operates by deriving confidence intervals on these “null eigenvalues.” The… CONTINUE READING

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