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HOTTBOX: Higher Order Tensor ToolBOX

@article{Kisil2021HOTTBOXHO,
  title={HOTTBOX: Higher Order Tensor ToolBOX},
  author={Ilya Kisil and Giuseppe Giovanni Calvi and Bruno Scalzo Dees and Danilo P. Mandic},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.15662}
}
HOTTBOX is a Python library for exploratory analysis and visualisation of multi-dimensional arrays of data, also known as tensors. The library includes methods ranging from standard multi-way operations and data manipulation through to multi-linear algebra based tensor decompositions. HOTTBOX also comprises sophisticated algorithms for generalised multi-linear classification and data fusion, such as Support Tensor Machine (STM) and Tensor Ensemble Learning (TEL). For user convenience, HOTTBOX… 

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