|Title||A Numerical Investigation of the Recovery of Point Patterns With Minimal Information|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Journal||Applied Psychological Measurement|
A method has been proposed (Tsogo et al. 2001) in order to reconstruct the geometrical configuration of a large point set using minimal information. This paper employs numerical examples to investigate the proposed procedure. The suggested method has two great advantages. It reduces the volume of the data collection exercise and eases the computational effort involved in analyzing the data. It is suggested, however, that the method while possibly providing a useful starting point for a solution, does not provide a universal panacea.