Masamori
Ihara
Amasaka
Kakuro
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Factor analysis for selected observations
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Consider a factor analysis model for a population of individuals. The analysis leading to this estimated model is assumed to be based on random observations from this population. This paper considers the following question: what is the factor structure for a subset of this population, when the subset is defined by one of the observed variables. How is the factor structure different for this subpopulation as compared to the parent population? An illustrative example is given from Maxwell(1972).
1997
2019-04-16T08:56
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1997-01-01
Thomas
Lyn C.
978-3-642-59105-1
Stochastic Modelling in Innovative Manufacturing
978-3-540-61768-6
Shunji
Osaki
Osaka Electro-Communication University
Department of Information Engineering, Osaka Electro-Communication University, 572, Neyagawa, Osaka, Japan
Mathematical Sciences
10.1007/978-3-642-59105-1_27
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Anthony H.
Christer
Springer Nature - SN SciGraph project
Berlin, Heidelberg
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Toyota Motor Corporation (Japan)
TQM Promotion Div., TOYOTA Motor Corporation, 471, Toyota, Aichi, Japan
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