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    Title: 機率主成分分析於區間值資料之應用
    Other Titles: The application of probabilistic principal component analysis to interval-valued data
    Authors: 周鴻文;Chou, Hung-Wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學數學學系碩士班
    吳漢銘;Wu, Han-Ming
    Keywords: 區間資料;維度縮減;主成份分析;機率主成份分析;象徵性資料分析;Interval-valued data;dimension reduction;Principal component analysis;probabilistic PCA;symbolic data analysis
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:52:39 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 主成分分析法 (principal component analysis, PCA)是一個
    常用的維度縮減方法, 在象徵性資料分析 (symbolic data
    analysis, SDA)中,更是熱門的研究主題。在本研究中,我們嘗試使
    用另外一種維度縮減方法, 稱為機率主成分分析 PPCA
    (probabilistic PCA) ,來應用於區間資料。其目的是對高維度的區
    一數值資料,再透過 PPCA 做維度縮減,將維度縮減後的區間資料投
    配及不同資料遺失比例,利用 PCA 以及 PPCA 去估計傳統資料以及
    臉部資料,比較 PCA 及 PPCA 的表現。最後結果發現,在沒有遺失值
    在維度縮減方向的估計上都比 PCA 來的準確。
    Principal component analysis (PCA) is a widely used dimension reduction method. It is also one of popular research topics in the field of Symbolic Data Analysis (SDA). In this study, we applied the probabilistic PCA (PPCA), an alternative dimension reduction method, to the interval-valued data. We aim to reduce the dimensionality of the interval-valued data in high-dimensional space so that the structures and characteristics of the interval-valued data can be investigated in the lower dimensional space.Firstly, the interval-valued data is converted into the form of the traditional data table using the vertices or center method. Then the classical PCA and PPCA can be applied directly. In this way, we could explore the structure of the projected intervals in the two-dimensional space. In the simulation studies, we generate data using four different distributions with various proportions of missing observations. We evaluate the performance of PCA and PPCA in estimating the true dimension reduction directions based on the simulated traditional data and the simulated interval-valued data. The results shows that there was no significant difference between PCA and PPCA for complete data sets. However, the performance of PPCA is better than those of PCA when the data contains the higher proportion of missing observations. Finally, we apply PCA and PPCA to two real interval-valued data sets, the finance data and the face data.
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