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In statistics, Tucker decomposition decomposes a tensor into a set of matrices and one small core tensor. It is named after Ledyard R. Tucker[1] although it goes back to Hitchcock in 1927.[2] Initially described as a three-mode extension of factor analysis and principal component analysis it may actually be generalized to higher mode analysis.

It may be regarded as a more flexible PARAFAC (parallel factor analysis ) model. In PARAFAC the core tensor is restricted to be "diagonal".

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  1. Ledyard R. Tucker (September 1966). Some mathematical notes on three-mode factor analysis. Psychometrika 31 (3): 279–311.
  2. F. L. Hitchcock (1927). The expression of a tensor or a polyadic as a sum of products. Journal of Mathematics and Physics 6: 164–189.

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