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Tuesday, June 28th, 2011, 11:18 am

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes

This series of videos is a rough explanation of the approach taken in order to utilise principal component analysts (PCA) in the task of shape classification. This was done without preparation or second takes, so the quality and clarity are not particularly high.

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 0

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 1

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 2

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 3

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 4

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 5

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 6

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 7

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 8

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 9

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 10

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 11

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 12

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 13

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 14

PCA and Multidimensional Scaling in Shapes – Part 15

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