PLS Award

After contributing to the first PLS Award in 2009, attributed to Michel Tenenhaus for his major contributions to the PLS methods (Regression and Path Modeling), Addinsoft announces an annual award, the PLS Award, endowed with 1,000 Euros. The next prize will be awarded in 2011 by a committee headed by Michel Tenenhaus to reward a major breakthrough in the field of PLS methods.

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