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These responses were grouped together by 13 foster parents and the groupings analysed using multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis.
1) using the well-known Multidimensional scaling method .
Some of the quantitative methods covered include discriminate analysis, item response theory, meta-analysis, structural equation modeling, multidimensional scaling, cluster analysis, and logistic regression.
CONCLUSIONS Patient perception of the quality of the services offered in hospitals follows latent patterns, which cannot be adequately reduced to a set of variables, but can be approximated by multidimensional scaling.
This technique, known as multidimensional scaling (MDS) successfully models complex patterns in migration data around the globe using a "functional map.
We propose to use dimensionality reduction for document visualization by first extracting main concepts from documents using LSI and than using this information to position documents on a two dimensional plane via multidimensional scaling .
In addition to S, Bell Labs has produced seminal contributions to mathematical sciences, including: information theory, error-correcting codes for communication systems, theory of complexity of algorithms, multidimensional scaling, the FFT, teletraffic theory, queuing theory, adaptive filters and statistical multiplexing of packets.
By using a class of exploratory techniques referred to as multidimensional scaling (Borg & Groenen, 1997; Kruskal & Wish, 1978; Schiffman, Reynolds, & Young, 1981), more detailed information regarding the structure of a subject's responding over time may be examined (Davison, 1983; Jones, 1983; Shoben, 1983).