Define non linear mapping (nlm), Advanced Statistics

Non linear mapping (NLM) is a technique for obtaining a low-dimensional representation of the set of multivariate data, which operates by minimizing a function of the differences among the original inter-individual Euclidean distances and those in reduced dimensional space.

The function minimized is significantly a simple sum-of-squares.

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