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Topic: PCA
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Richard Owlett

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Registered: 6/27/10
Posted: Feb 15, 2013 9:15 PM
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glen herrmannsfeldt wrote:
> In comp.dsp RichD <> wrote:
>> I've been trying to grok principal component analysis
>> recently, but it isn't clicking. What's the motivation
>> and purpose of PCA?

>> I've studied linear algebra, and familiar with singular value
>> decomposition, is it somehow related to that?

> The wikipedia page looks pretty good, and does explain that it
> is connected to SVD. It also has some nice pictures.
> -- glen

If you are referring to,


Back in midst of last century that would be taken as
absolute proof that engineers could not write.
Are they now being challenged ?????

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