Issue No. 10 - October (1973 vol. 22)
D.R. Olsen , Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
This paper is concerned with the use of "intrinsic dimensionality" in the representation of multivariate data sets that lie on nonlinear surfaces. The term intrinsic refers to the small, local-region dimensionality ( m<inf>I</inf>) of the surface and is a measure of the number of parameters or factors that govern a data generating process. The number mI is usually much lower than the dimensionalit
Dimensionality reduction, multivariate data analysis, noniterative operation, nonlinear mapping, supervised classification.
K. Fukunaga and D. Olsen, "Representation of Nonlinear Data Surfaces," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 22, no. , pp. 915-922, 1973.