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Simplified calculation of principal components. (English) JFM 62.1352.04
Es wird ein vereinfachtes numerisches Verfahren angegeben, die “Hauptkomponenten” der Ergebnisse von \(n\) Versuchsanordnungen zu bestimmen (vgl. H. Hotelling, J. educat. Psychology 24 (1933), 417-441; F. d. M. 59\(_{\text{II}}\), 1182).

62-XX Statistics
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