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correlation matrix


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correlation matrix

correlation matrix

correlation matrix

correlation matrix

correlation matrix

Correlation matrix nearness and completion under observation uncertainty

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Computing the nearest correlation matrix—a problem from finance

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Matrix correlations for high-dimensional data: the modified RV-coefficient

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Principal component analysis based on robust estimators of the covariance or correlation matrix: influence functions and efficiencies

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A square symmetric matrix in which the element in row j and column k is equal to the correlation coefficient between random variables Xj and Xk. The diagonal elements are each equal to 1.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics.


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