The COMSTAT algorithm for multimodal factor analysis: an improvement of Tucker's three-mode factor analysis method.

@article{Rhmel1983TheCA,
  title={The COMSTAT algorithm for multimodal factor analysis: an improvement of Tucker's three-mode factor analysis method.},
  author={Joachim R{\"o}hmel and Bernd Streitberg and Werner Martin Dr Herrmann},
  journal={Neuropsychobiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={10 2-3},
  pages={
          157-63
        }
}
Three-mode factor analysis, as developed by Tucker in 1966, is a method for nonredundant representation of data arrays with three subscripts (e.g. observations classified according to persons by variables by conditions). Tucker , however, did not succeed in obtaining a least-squares solution for his model. We derive in this paper a necessary condition for a least-squares solution and construct an algorithm which improves any given initial solution in the least-squares sense. We show that this… CONTINUE READING
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