Multiple Discriminant Analysis
The objective of discriminant analysis is to determine group membership of samples from a group of predictors by finding linear combinations of the variables which maximize the differences between the populations being studied, with the objective of establishing a model to sort objects into their appropriate populations with minimal error.
KeywordsDiscriminant Analysis Discriminant Function Canonical Correlation Water Resource Research Kind Permission
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