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Directed binary hierarchies have been introduced in order to give a graphical reduced representation of a family of association rules. This type of structure extends the classical binary hierarchical classification in a very specific way. In this paper an accurate formalization of this new...
The class of Schoenberg transformations, embedding Euclidean distances into higher dimensional Euclidean spaces, is presented, and derived from theorems on positive definite and conditionally negative definite matrices. Original results on the arc lengths, angles and curvature of the...
In canonical analysis with more variables than samples, it is shown that, as well as the usual canonical means in the range-space of the within-groups dispersion matrix, canonical means may be defined in its null space. In the range space we have the usual Mahalanobis metric; in the null space...
The paper contains a proposal of interval data clustering related to given social and economic objects characterized by many interval variables. This multivariate approach is based on an original conception of interval quantiles constructed using a special definition derived from the notion of...
We propose a non-negative real-valued model of hierarchical classes (HICLAS) for two-way two-mode data. Like the other members of the HICLAS family, the non-negative real-valued model (NNRV-HICLAS) implies simultaneous hierarchically organized classifications of all modes involved in the data. A...
A new method, TreeOfTrees, is proposed to compare X-tree structures obtained from several sets of aligned gene sequences of the same taxa. Its aim is to detect genes or sets of genes having different evolutionary histories. The comparison between sets of trees is based on several tree metrics,...
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