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: Clayton D. G. Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization.- Applied Statistics, 1971, 20, p. 335-338 (Fortran); Farebrother R. W. Gram- Schmidt regression. - Applied Statistics, 1974, 23, p. 470-476 (Algol 60).

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