New Theory Of Discriminant Analysis After R. Fisher: Advanced Research By The Feature Selection Method For Microarray Da: Advanced Research By The Fea by Shuichi ShinmuraNew Theory Of Discriminant Analysis After R. Fisher: Advanced Research By The Feature Selection Method For Microarray Da: Advanced Research By The Fea by Shuichi Shinmura

New Theory Of Discriminant Analysis After R. Fisher: Advanced Research By The Feature Selection…

byShuichi Shinmura

Hardcover | January 6, 2017

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This is the first book to compare eight LDFs by different types of datasets, such as Fisher's iris data, medical data with collinearities, Swiss banknote data that is a linearly separable data (LSD), student pass/fail determination using student attributes, 18 pass/fail determinations using exam scores, Japanese automobile data, and six microarray datasets (the datasets) that are LSD. We developed the 100-fold cross-validation for the small sample method (Method 1) instead of the LOO method. We proposed a simple model selection procedure to choose the best model having minimum M2 and Revised IP-OLDF based on MNM criterion was found to be better than other M2s in the above datasets.

We compared two statistical LDFs and six MP-based LDFs. Those were Fisher's LDF, logistic regression, three SVMs, Revised IP-OLDF, and another two OLDFs. Only a hard-margin SVM (H-SVM) and Revised IP-OLDF could discriminate LSD theoretically (Problem 2). We solved the defect of the generalized inverse matrices (Problem 3).

For more than 10 years, many researchers have struggled to analyze the microarray dataset that is LSD (Problem 5). If we call the linearly separable model "Matroska," the dataset consists of numerous smaller Matroskas in it. We develop the Matroska feature selection method (Method 2). It finds the surprising structure of the dataset that is the disjoint union of several small Matroskas. Our theory and methods reveal new facts of gene analysis.

Shuichi Shinmura, Seikei University
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Title:New Theory Of Discriminant Analysis After R. Fisher: Advanced Research By The Feature Selection…Format:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.25 inPublished:January 6, 2017Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1 New Theory of Discriminant Analysis.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 Motivation for our Research.- 1.3 Discriminant Functions.- 1.4 Unresolved Problem (Problem 1).- 1.5 LSD Discrimination (Problem 2).- 1.6 Generalized Inverse Matrices (Problem 3).- 1.7 K-fold Cross-validation (Problem 4).- 1.8 Matroska Feature Selection Method (Problem 5) .- 1.9 Summary.- References.- 2 Iris Data and Fisher's Assumption.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 Iris Data.- 2.3 Comparison of Seven LDFs.- 2.4 100-folf Cross-validation for Small Sample Method (Method 1).- 2.5 Summary.- References.- 3 The Cephalo-Pelvic Disproportion (CPD) Data with Collinearity.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 CPD Data.- 3.3 100-folf Cross-validation.- 3.4 Trial to Remove Collinearity.- 3.5 Summary.- References.- 4 Student Data and Problem 1.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 Student Data.- 4.3 100-folf Cross-validation for Student Data.- 4.4 Student Linearly Separable Data.- 4.5 Summary.- References.- 5 The Pass/Fail Determination using Exam Scores -A Trivial Linear Discriminant Function.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 Pass/Fail Determination by Exam Scores Data in 2012.- 5.3 Pass/Fail Determination by Exam Scores (50% Level in 2012).- 5.4 Pass/Fail Determination by Exam Scores (90% Level in 2012).- 5.5 Pass/Fail Determination by Exam Scores (10% Level in 2012).- 5.6 Summary.- 6 Best Model for the Swiss Banknote Data - Explanation 1 of Matroska Feature -selection Method (Method 2) -. References.- 6 Best Model for Swiss Banknote Data.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Swiss Banknote Data.- 6.3 100-folf Cross-validation for Small Sample Method.- 6.4 Explanation 1 for Swiss Banknote Data.- 6.5 Summary.- References.- 7 Japanese Automobile Data - Explanation 2 of Matroska Feature Selection Method (Method 2).- 7.1 Introduction.- 7.2 Japanese Automobile Data.- 7.3 100-folf Cross-validation (Method 1).- 7.4 Matroska Feature Selection Method (Method 2).- 7.5 Summary.- References.- 8 Matroska Feature Selection Method for Microarray Data (Method 2).- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 Matroska Feature Selection Method (Method2).- 8.3 Results of the Golub et al. Dataset.- 8.4 How to Analyze the First BGS.- 8.5 Statistical Analysis of SM1.- 8.6 Summary.- References.- 9 LINGO Program 1 of Method 1.- 9.1 Introduction.- 9.2 Natural (Mathematical) Notation by LINGO.- 9.3 Iris Data in Excel.- 9.4 Six LDFs by LINGO.- 9.5 Discrimination of Iris Data by LINGO.- 9.6 How to Generate Re-sampling Samples and Prepare Data in Excel File.- 9.7 Set Model by LINGO.- Index.