Matrix-Based Introduction to Multivariate Data Analysis

@inproceedings{Adachi2016MatrixBasedIT,
  title={Matrix-Based Introduction to Multivariate Data Analysis},
  author={Kohei Adachi},
  year={2016}
}
  • K. Adachi
  • Published 12 October 2016
  • Mathematics
This book enables readers who may not be familiar with matrices to understand a variety of multivariate analysis procedures in matrix forms. Another feature of the book is that it emphasizes what model underlies a procedure and what objective function is optimized for fitting the model to data. The author believes that the matrix-based learning of such models and objective functions is the fastest way to comprehend multivariate data analysis. The text is arranged so that readers can intuitively… 

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