“Multidimensional Visualization With Applications to Multivariate Problems” by Inselberg

  • ©Alfred Inselberg

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Entry Number: 04

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    Multidimensional Visualization With Applications to Multivariate Problems

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    Prerequisites
    This is a self-contained course for beginners. Mathematical sophistication, familiarity with computer graphics and interest in multidimensional (multivariate) problems are helpful but not necessary.

    Topics
    Visualization of multidimensional objects without loss of information. Selected applications to visual and automatic data mining (financial, process control, biomedical, military, and other examples with hundreds of variables). Collision-avoidance Algorithms. Computer vision. Non-linear models. Decision-support Systems with occasional numerological anecdotes and palindromic digressions.

    Description
    Multidimensional perception is limited by our experience within our three-dimensional environment. This course begins with a short literature review of the mathematical foundations of parallel coordinates for visualization of multidimensional geometry. When these coordinates are interlaced with a variety of applications, visualization and recognition of multidimensional relations from their patterns are enabled, and this methodology can be applied to multivariate problems.

     

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