Partial least squares models and their formulations, diagnostics and applications to spectroscopy
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Partial least squares (PLS) models are a multivariate technique developed to solve the problem of multicollinearity and/or high dimensionality related to explanatory variables in multiple linear models. PLS models have been extensively applied assuming normality, but this assumption is not always fulfilled. For example, if the response variable has an asymmetric distribution or it is bounded into an interval, normality is violated. In this work, we present a collection of PLS models and their formulations, diagnostics and applications. Formulations are based on different symmetric, asymmetric and bounded distributions, such as normal, beta and Birnbaum-Saunders. Diagnostics are based on residuals and the Cook and Mahalanobis distances. Applications are provided using real-world spectroscopy data.
FuenteProceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management. ICMSEM 2019. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 1001, 470-495
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