Source: Adv. in Appl. Probab.
Volume 42, Number 2
Using the geometry of the Kendall shape space, in this paper we study the
shape, as well as the size-and-shape, of the projection of a configuration
after it has been rotated and, when the given configuration lies in a Euclidean
space of an arbitrary dimension, we obtain expressions for the induced
distributions of such shapes when the rotation is uniformly distributed.
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