A new method of multidimensional scaling.
Capra, James Robert
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This paper is based on the multidimensional scaling technique of Joseph B. Kruskal. It is comprised of three parts: The first part describes Kruskal' s objectives and introduces his goodness of fit measure, called stress; the second part discusses some problems associated with Kruskal ' s technique, focusing on the concept of stress; in the third part, an alternate goodness of fit measure, called V, is proposed, together with a different procedure for doing multidimensional scaling. Part three also includes a discussion of the superiority of V over stress as a goodness of fit measure.
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