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  • Multivariate — Mit Multivariaten Verfahren (Multivariate Analyse(methoden), Abk.: MVA) werden multivariat verteilte statistische Variablen untersucht. Man betrachtet hier nicht eine Variable isoliert (univariat verteilt), sondern das Zusammenwirken mehrerer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Multivariate optical computing — is an approach to the development of spectroscopic instruments, particularly for industrial applications such as process analytical support. Conventional spectroscopic methods often employ multivariate methods to extract the concentration (or… …   Wikipedia

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