From Mahalanobis to Bregman via Monge and Kantorovich towards a “General Generalised Distance”
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KeywordsBregman divergence; gradient of convex function; Mahalanobis distance; measure transportation; McCann theorem; Monge-Kantorovich problem; multivariate distribution function; multivariate quantiles; outlyingness;
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