By T. Bausch, M. Schwaiger (auth.), Professor Dr. Martin Schader (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540547088

ISBN-13: 9783540547082

ISBN-10: 3642467571

ISBN-13: 9783642467578

The quantity comprises revised types of papers provided on the fifteenth Annual assembly of the "Gesellschaft f}r Klassifika- tion". Papers have been prepared within the following 3 elements which have been the most streams of dialogue through the confe- rence: 1. info research, type 2. facts Modeling, wisdom Processing, three. purposes, distinctive matters. New effects on constructing mathematical and statistical tools permitting quantitative research of information are mentioned on. instruments for representing, modeling, storing and processing da- ta and information are mentioned. functions in astro-phycics, archaelogy, biology, linguistics, and drugs are offered.

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3. For the non-centrality parameter 8~ (Tab. 3 and 4), the optimum partitions of RP must be the same in the cases A and D since for Q. = f· Po + (1 - f) . -P. =1 O. 314) Table 3: Noncentrality Parameter 6~, eq. 1}: Optimum Partition With m = 5 Classes, Maximum Value 6~, and Optimum Class Boundaries (i for '\(x) = h(x)J fo(x) = h(T(x)) resp. Ti for T(x). ) holds for all partitions C. As a matter of fact, for this criterion, we obtain some extremely small class probabilities PO(Ci ), P1 (Ci), in particular for the scale alternatives Band C where the tails of the distributions and large values of the likelihood ratio ,\( x) are clearly over-emphasized.

The same interpretation is also possible for the input profiles in Fig. 1 with the help of the numerical output in Tab. 3. We can see immediately that this profiles are heterogeneous. H we regard output and input profiles at the same time, we get the result, that the output profiles 1 and 4 tend towards input profile 2. This interpretation is given by the transition formulas. 088gi and with fl (f4) as the first (fourth) row of F and gi (i = 1, ... ,4) as the i-th row of G. The terms in parentheses are therefore barycentres of the row vectors of G.

H we regard output and input profiles at the same time, we get the result, that the output profiles 1 and 4 tend towards input profile 2. This interpretation is given by the transition formulas. 088gi and with fl (f4) as the first (fourth) row of F and gi (i = 1, ... ,4) as the i-th row of G. The terms in parentheses are therefore barycentres of the row vectors of G. 740, respectively) and therefore the output profiles of this sectors tend towards input profile 2 (with coordinates in gn. This interpretation is also possible for the position of output profile 2 and input profile 1 in the same plot.

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