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<h3 class="section">38.9 References and Further Reading</h3>

<p>A summary of formulas and techniques for least squares fitting can be
found in the &ldquo;Statistics&rdquo; chapter of the Annual Review of Particle
Physics prepared by the Particle Data Group,
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<li><!-- /@w --> <cite>Review of Particle Properties</cite>,
R.M. Barnett et al., Physical Review D54, 1 (1996)
<a href="http://pdg.lbl.gov/">http://pdg.lbl.gov/</a>
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<p>The Review of Particle Physics is available online at the website given
above.
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<p>The tests used to prepare these routines are based on the NIST
Statistical Reference Datasets. The datasets and their documentation are
available from NIST at the following website,
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<p>More information on Tikhonov regularization can be found in
</p>
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<li><!-- /@w --> Hansen, P. C. (1998), Rank-Deficient and Discrete Ill-Posed Problems:
Numerical Aspects of Linear Inversion. SIAM Monogr. on Mathematical
Modeling and Computation, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

</li><li><!-- /@w --> M. Rezghi and S. M. Hosseini (2009), A new variant of L-curve for
Tikhonov regularization, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics,
Volume 231, Issue 2, pages 914-924.
</li></ul>

<p>The GSL implementation of robust linear regression closely follows the publications
</p>
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<li><!-- /@w --> DuMouchel, W. and F. O&rsquo;Brien (1989), &quot;Integrating a robust
option into a multiple regression computing environment,&quot;
Computer Science and Statistics:  Proceedings of the 21st
Symposium on the Interface, American Statistical Association

</li><li><!-- /@w --> Street, J.O., R.J. Carroll, and D. Ruppert (1988), &quot;A note on
computing robust regression estimates via iteratively
reweighted least squares,&quot; The American Statistician, v. 42, 
pp. 152-154.
</li></ul>

<p>More information about the normal equations and TSQR approach for solving
large linear least squares systems can be found in the publications
</p>
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<li><!-- /@w --> Trefethen, L. N. and Bau, D. (1997), &quot;Numerical Linear Algebra&quot;, SIAM.

</li><li><!-- /@w --> Demmel, J., Grigori, L., Hoemmen, M. F., and Langou, J.
&quot;Communication-optimal parallel and sequential QR and LU factorizations&quot;,
UCB Technical Report No. UCB/EECS-2008-89, 2008.
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