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Rotation to physiological factors revised. (English) Zbl 1274.62410
Summary: Reconstruction of underlying physiological structures from a sequence of images is a long-standing problem which has been solved by factor analysis with a success. This paper tries to return to the roots of the problem, to exploit the available findings and to propose an improved paradigm.
62H25 Factor analysis and principal components; correspondence analysis
62H35 Image analysis in multivariate analysis
62F15 Bayesian inference
92C55 Biomedical imaging and signal processing
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