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Inverse Sampling of Degenerate Datasets from a Linear Regression Line

  title={Inverse Sampling of Degenerate Datasets from a Linear Regression Line},
  author={Albert S. Kim},
When linear regression generates a relationship between a (dependent) scalar response and one or multiple independent variables, various datasets providing distinct graphical trends can develop resembling relationships based on the same statistical properties. Advanced statistical approaches, such as neural networks and machine learning methods, are of great necessity to process, characterize, and analyze these degenerate datasets. On the other hand, the accurate creation of purposedly… 

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