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Analysis of Incomplete Multivariate Data

Analysis of Incomplete Multivariate Data BOOK REVIEWS 213 Geman. D., Geman, S., Grafhgne, C., and Dong, P. (1990), “Boundary Chapter 5 moves the focus to object detection. Here, the model is devel- Detection by Constrained Optimization,” IEEE Trtmsacfions on Pattern oped using transformed space-based techniques. The authors mention the Analyis Machine Intelligence, 12, 609628. use of moment-invariant techniques and provide a few references. There is also some illustration of cases in which these techniques would work well. The book does not even mention what these techniques are, however. It is Analysis of Incomplete Multivariate Data, by .I. L. difficult, therefore, to appreciate what the supposed merits or drawbacks SCHAFER, London: Chapman & Hall, 1997, ISBN O-41 2- are. For the transformed space-based techniques, it is not clear how one 04061-1, xiv + 430 pp., $64.95. should choose the transformation. The methodology is illustrated on some test examples. It is not clear what advantage these methods would have The problem of missing or incomplete data has been with statisticians over other methodology in use [such as the use of object processes; see since the beginning of the subject. Currently, the most common methods of Baddeley and van Lieshout (1993)] in the statistics and imaging literature, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Technometrics Taylor & Francis

Analysis of Incomplete Multivariate Data

Technometrics , Volume 42 (2): 2 – May 1, 2000
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BOOK REVIEWS 213 Geman. D., Geman, S., Grafhgne, C., and Dong, P. (1990), “Boundary Chapter 5 moves the focus to object detection. Here, the model is devel- Detection by Constrained Optimization,” IEEE Trtmsacfions on Pattern oped using transformed space-based techniques. The authors mention the Analyis Machine Intelligence, 12, 609628. use of moment-invariant techniques and provide a few references. There is also some illustration of cases in which these techniques would work well. The book does not even mention what these techniques are, however. It is Analysis of Incomplete Multivariate Data, by .I. L. difficult, therefore, to appreciate what the supposed merits or drawbacks SCHAFER, London: Chapman & Hall, 1997, ISBN O-41 2- are. For the transformed space-based techniques, it is not clear how one 04061-1, xiv + 430 pp., $64.95. should choose the transformation. The methodology is illustrated on some test examples. It is not clear what advantage these methods would have The problem of missing or incomplete data has been with statisticians over other methodology in use [such as the use of object processes; see since the beginning of the subject. Currently, the most common methods of Baddeley and van Lieshout (1993)] in the statistics and imaging literature,

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