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The svd() function in R returns a list containing three components named u, d, and v.

The u and v components correspond to the matrices of ***, respectively, while the d component is a vector of ***, corresponding to the *** of the matrix D

Answer

The svd() function in R returns a list containing three components named u, d, and v.

The u and v components correspond to the matrices of left and right singular vectors, respectively, while the d component is a vector of singular values, corresponding to the diagonal of the matrix D

Question

The svd() function in R returns a list containing three components named u, d, and v.

The u and v components correspond to the matrices of ***, respectively, while the d component is a vector of ***, corresponding to the *** of the matrix D

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Question

The svd() function in R returns a list containing three components named u, d, and v.

The u and v components correspond to the matrices of ***, respectively, while the d component is a vector of ***, corresponding to the *** of the matrix D

Answer

The svd() function in R returns a list containing three components named u, d, and v.

The u and v components correspond to the matrices of left and right singular vectors, respectively, while the d component is a vector of singular values, corresponding to the diagonal of the matrix D

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