Consider the p = 4 process variables in Table 11.6. After applying the PCA procedure to the first 20 observations data (see Table 11.7), suppose that the first three principal components are retained.

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Consider the p = 4 process variables in Table 11.6. After applying the PCA procedure to the first 20 observations data (see Table 11.7), suppose that the first three principal components are retained.
Consider the p = 4 process variables in Table 11.6.
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