Linear discrimination for three-level multivariate data with a separable additive mean vector and a doubly exchangeable covariance structure
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- Roy, Anuradha & Leiva, Ricardo & Žežula, Ivan & Klein, Daniel, 2015. "Testing the equality of mean vectors for paired doubly multivariate observations in blocked compound symmetric covariance matrix setup," Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Elsevier, vol. 137(C), pages 50-60.
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KeywordsAdditive mean structure; Doubly exchangeable covariance structure; Linear discriminant function; Maximum likelihood estimates;
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