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More structure can be imposed by placing constraints on f5ro (r = 1 , . . , J — 1). For example, we could set (3r0 = /3o for all r. This corresponds to a one-unit change in expression level for any gene having the same effect for discriminating any two tumor classes. In a typical microarray experiment, it is not possible to estimate the parameters in (1) using standard statistical methods because p is much larger than n. We propose using the singular value decomposition to reduce the dimension of /3r0.
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