Linear Discriminant Analysis Algorithm

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A Linear Discriminant Analysis Algorithm is a linear generative classification algorithm that assumes the underlying class-conditional density follows a Gaussian distribution and have a common covariances.



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2015

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  3. Analyzing Quantitative Data: An Introduction for Social Researchers, Debra Wetcher-Hendricks, p.288
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1977

  • (Eisenbeis, 1977) ⇒ Robert A. Eisenbeis. (1977). “Pitfalls in the Application of Discriminant Analysis in Business, Finance, and Economics.” In: The Journal of Finance, 32(3).

1975

  • (Lachenbruch, 1975) ⇒ P. A. Lachenbruch. (1975). “Discriminunt Analysis." Hafner Press.