Multidimensional Scaleing of celestial data

Author: Stevens, David
Abstract: Multidimensional Scaling is a set of techniques for the description of multiple variables in terms of their relative proximity; these relations, in the form of a matrix, are treated according to Euclidian principles and the solution presented as a set of Cartesian values for each variable in N dimensions, capable of spatial representation. This paper introduces the technique and applies it to the birth data of a group of individuals.
Keywords: multidimensional scaling, Cartesian values, stress, proximities, similarities, matrix, configuration
Publication: Correlation: Astrological Association Journal of Research In Astrology
Issue: Volume 3 Issue 2
Dated: 1983
Pages: Pages 13 – 21

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