Two-set Procrustes problems—generalities
This chapter is concerned with the two-set Procrustes problem in its one-sided form and in its two-sided form. It starts by discussing two-set criteria with general forms of T. It also considers problems of translating X and X, pointing out that in this book, it is nearly always assumed that X and X are translated to a common origin, which is most conveniently achieved by arranging that both matrices have zero column sums.
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