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Singular point in the relative interior of the simplex ∆d−1 or a point on the boundary. In both cases, standard asymptotics for hypothesis testing and model selection fall short. 3 Geometric description of latent class models In this section, we give a geometric representation of latent class models, summarise existing results and point to some of the relevant mathematical literature. For more details, see (Garcia et al. 2005) and (Garcia 2004). 3) can be described as the set of all convex combinations of all r-tuple of points lying on the surface of independence inside ∆d−1 .

Xk }. 6 Let I be a primary ideal. Then, I is a prime ideal. √ Often, the primary ideal I is called I-primary. 6 Let I ⊂ R, I = R, be an ideal. Then, there exist I1 , . . , It primary ideals with diﬀerent radical ideals such that I = I1 ∩ · · · ∩ It . 6 provides the so-called primary decomposition of I. 1 If I is a radical ideal, then it is the intersection of prime ideals. 7 links morphisms and primary decomposition, in a special case that is of interest in algebraic statistics. 7 Let I = I1 ∩ · · · ∩ It be a primary decomposition of I, and assume that Ii + Ij = R for every i = j.

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