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Multivariate Statistical Model versus Catastrophe Theory
Fulvio Polo, Italy, Member

The subject was an important and very strong argument in the seventies. It is a good theory, but just limited by the number of variables (axes hyperspace). After came the Chaos Theory, and took over. Today I think that the application of multivariate statistical model is more useful than both (Catastrophe theory and Chaos theory), in a managing practice. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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