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Topic: assumption of Classification
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apple0811

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assumption of Classification
Posted: Apr 25, 2005 2:49 PM
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Hi, everyone,

I am doing classification of voice signal.

Since the voice signal is very virable, for sure it is not normal.

Can I still use clustering analysis, tree method, QDA, RDA method to classify?

In fact, I have already applied these method, but I haven't check normality.

I am afraid these method are wrong for non-parameter data.

thanks



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