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9 April 2007 Adaptive Grahm-Schmidt orthogonalization for the projection-slice synthetic discriminant function filter
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One of the primary reasons for using the PSDF is the inherent data dimension reduction that is achieved through the use of the projection-slice theorem, (PST). The use of the PST allows for a powerful technique to segment informational content into lower dimensional spans while simultaneously providing a complete and naturally linked data set. Shannon provides a formula for maximum information capacity in a channel that utilizes as the most efficient informational coding independent data samples, as this spreads the spectrum evenly across the channel band. This implies that independent information that represent a correlated set contains maximal information if the "key" that represents the correlated-ness of the data is known, otherwise the independent data are purely random. By using a novel Adaptive Grahm-Schmidt (AGS) procedure we form a method that identifies patterns in correlated data for the removal of the inter-dependence and thereby maximization of information content per data sample. In this work we subject the lower-dimensional data sets in the PSDF to the AGS to maximize the information content of the PSDF and share some of our findings, results, and deductions.
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Vahid R. Riasati and Denis Grishin "Adaptive Grahm-Schmidt orthogonalization for the projection-slice synthetic discriminant function filter", Proc. SPIE 6570, Data Mining, Intrusion Detection, Information Assurance, and Data Networks Security 2007, 65700J (9 April 2007);

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