Mathematical Algorithms for Linear Regression by Helmuth Späth, Werner Rheinboldt

By Helmuth Späth, Werner Rheinboldt

This quantity offers an summary of numerical equipment for linear regression, together with FORTRAN subroutines. Linear regression has necessary functions in enterprise, data and engineering and this paintings covers all 3 very important situations the place p=1,2 and infinity

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