Some articles on discriminant, fisher:
... may be considered optimal in some sense, this does not mean that the resulting discriminant obtained by substituting these values is optimal in any sense, even if ... Another complication in applying LDA and Fisher's discriminant to real data occurs when the number of observations of each sample does not exceed the ... This leads to the framework of regularized discriminant analysis or shrinkage discriminant analysis ...
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