
Accession Number : AD0267234
Title : MATRIX ALGEBRA FOR SOCIAL SCIENTISTS. PART IV. MATRIX SOLUTIONS
Corporate Author : WASHINGTON UNIV SEATTLE
Personal Author(s) : HORST, PAUL
Report Date : AUG 1961
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : ONE PART OF A SERIES IS PRESENTED ON NOTATION, TERMINOLOGY, CONCEPTS AND COMPUTATIONAL PROCEDURES WHICH WERE FOUND USEFUL IN THE APPLICATION OF MATRIX ALGEBRA TO MULTIVARIATE EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS IN THE SOCIAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. The presentation is directed to those with no more than a moderately good working knowledge of high school freshman algebra and introductory statistics. Traditional and rigorous mathematical treatment has not been striven for. On the other hand, some of the material which has been found most useful in the formulation of experimental models and the analysis of data matrices is not readily available in the mathematical literature. (Author)
Descriptors : *BEHAVIOR, *COMBINATORIAL ANALYSIS, *MATRICES(MATHEMATICS), MATHEMATICAL PREDICTION, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE