Studying Triadic Distance Models Under a Likelihood Function
Triadic distance models are relatively new. Their merits and demerits are fairly unknown. In the present paper we will study triadic distance models and bring the understanding of those models to a next level. Therefore, the models are studied under a Multinomial sampling scheme and a detailed investigation of the likelihood function results in relationships with multiple correspondence analysis and three-way quasi-symmetry models.
KeywordsLikelihood Function Diagonal Block Multiple Correspondence Analysis Distance Model Expected Probability
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