variable reduction

variable reduction

[′ver·ē·ə·bəl ri′dək·shən]
(graphic arts)
A characteristic of microfilming cameras; the ability to produce various sized images of a single original.
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Principal component analysis is simply a variable reduction procedure that typically results in a relatively small number of components that account for most of the variance in a set of observed variables.
In Chapter 2, the authors introduce simple and multiple regression, data transformations, multicollinearity and ridge regression, and independent variable reduction using principal components analysis.
With KXEN technology, Equifax can quickly analyze data and conduct efficient data mining and variable reduction exercises.
The differential D, thanks to its kinematical scheme, has a variable reduction ratio.
Less power consumption, lower transmitting powerWith state-of-the-art switched-mode power supplies, the new Gigaset phones save energy and permit variable reduction of the transmitting power -- by up to 100 percent in idle or recharging mode.
Providing a range of support services to credit card issuers, including loss prevention and business intelligence, the Sioux Falls, South Dakota firm has speeded up by as much as four times its analytical model building and variable reduction processes.
The differential D, thanks to its kinematic scheme, has a variable reduction ratio.
The unit has variable reduction from 100 percent to 45 percent for D- (24- by 36-inch) and E- size input and a 50 to 200 percent reduction/enlargement ratio for A- through C-size input.
0 offers users industry-leading features and functionality in Area of Interest (AOI) definition, visualization, scripting and automation, variable reduction techniques, predictive modeling, and overall performance.
KXEN's minimal data preparation requirements and abilities in rapid variable reduction are unparalleled and provide a great benefit in model turnaround.
It offers unique features that include: variable reduction, model selection, model pro-forma, model metadata and a documentation library.
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