Foundations of the Parafac Procedure: Models and Conditions for an "explanatory" Multimodal Factor Analysis

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Simple structure and other common principles of factor rotation do not in general provide strong grounds for attributing explanatory significance to the factors which they select. In contrast, it is shown that an extension of Cattell's principle of rotation to Proportional Profiles (PP) offers a basis for determining explanatory factors for three-way or… (More)

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@inproceedings{Harshman2001FoundationsOT, title={Foundations of the Parafac Procedure: Models and Conditions for an "explanatory" Multimodal Factor Analysis}, author={Richard A. Harshman and Peter Ladefoged and H. Graf von Reichenbach and Robert I. Jennrich and Dale Terbeek and Lee Cooper and Andrew Comrey and Peter M. Bentler and Jeanne Yamane and Diane E. Vaughan and Bill Jahnke}, year={2001} }