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Polynomial **Discriminant** -- from Wolfram MathWorld

A polynomial **discriminant** is the product of the squares of the differences of the ...
The **discriminant** of a polynomial is defined only up to constant factor, and ...

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**Discriminant** - Wikipedia

In algebra, the **discriminant** of a polynomial is a polynomial function of its
coefficients, which allows deducing some properties of the roots without
computing ...

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**Discriminant**: **Discriminant**, in mathematics, a parameter of an object or system
calculated as an aid to its classification or solution. In the case of a quadratic ...

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Feature Extraction for Nonparametric **Discriminant** Analysis

important **discriminant** directions in order to reduce the dimensionality. ... to
produce a powerful procedure for (reduced-rank) nonparametric **discriminant**.

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Lecture 9: Classification, LDA

Linear **Discriminant** Analysis (LDA). Instead of estimating P(Y | X), we will
estimate: 1. ˆ. P(X | Y ): Given the response, what is the distribution of the inputs. 3
/ 21 ...

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Linear **discriminant** analysis - Wikipedia

Linear **discriminant** analysis (LDA), normal **discriminant** analysis (NDA), or
**discriminant** function analysis is a generalization of Fisher's linear **discriminant**, ...

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multivariate analysis - **What is "Discriminant** hotelling"? - Cross ...

**Discriminant** hotelling or **discriminant**/hotelling is somewhat ambiguous (@
amoeba) and seems to be poor word choice (@whuber).

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machine learning - What is a Gaussian **Discriminant** Analysis (GDA ...

GDA, is a method for data classification commonly used when data can be approximated with a Normal distribution. As first step, you will need ...

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What is the connection between the **discriminant** of a quadratic and ...

The connection you are looking for is simply Pythagoras theorem! Imagine an upside down parabola. I ask that it be upside down so that the y coordinate of the ...

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polynomials - Why is **discriminant** less than zero? - Mathematics ...

Aug 10, 2015 **...** You ought to recognise your **discriminant** here. ... A negative **discriminant**
ensures that the expression has no real root, i.e. the expression ...

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Elliptic **Discriminant** -- from Wolfram MathWorld

Elliptic **Discriminant**. DOWNLOAD Mathematica Notebook. An elliptic curve is the
set of solutions to an equation of the form ...

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