By T. Bausch, M. Schwaiger (auth.), Professor Dr. Martin Schader (eds.)
The amount comprises revised models of papers offered on the fifteenth Annual assembly of the "Gesellschaft f}r Klassifika- tion". Papers have been prepared within the following 3 components which have been the most streams of dialogue throughout the confe- rence: 1. information research, category 2. info Modeling, wisdom Processing, three. functions, distinct matters. New effects on constructing mathematical and statistical tools permitting quantitative research of knowledge are suggested on. instruments for representing, modeling, storing and processing da- ta and data are mentioned. purposes in astro-phycics, archaelogy, biology, linguistics, and drugs are provided.
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C) The symmetrized measure Jc(Pb Po; if» + Jc(Po, PI; if>*) = Je(P1 , Po; if>**) is again an I-divergence with the convex function if>** := if> + if>*. e. for solving the extremum problem m k(C) = Je(Pl, Po; if» = "I:. , for a given pair of distributions PO ,P1 with Po ~ PI and densities fo(x),fl(X), and for a convex function if>(,\). 1) (see Bock (1974), Sec. 15). I (x) / foe x) of Po and PI with values in the set A := )"(RP) ~ R+ (supposed to be some interval). It is easily seen that for an arbitrary partition C, the conditional expectation zi of '\(X) in any class Gi E R!
Hence, the centroid of the row profiles is e and the centroid of the column profiles is r. The total inertia of the point clouds is then defined by the weighted sum of squared X2-distances between profiles and the respective centroid: in(R) := Sp[Dr(R - le T )D;;-l(R - leTf] = total inertia of row profiles in(C) := Sp[Dc(C -lrT)D;l(C -lrTf] = total inertia of column profiles, with: in(R) = in(C). The aim of correspondence analysis is to find projections ri and ci of the profiles ri and ci in a k-dimensional space by minimizing the weighted sum of squared X2-distances between original points and their projections.
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