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Dissimilarity

Dissimilarity Dis*sim`i*lar"i*ty, n. Want of resemblance; unlikeness; dissimilitude; variety; as, the dissimilarity of human faces and forms. --Sir W. Jones.

Dissimilarity Dis*sim`i*lar"i*ty, n. Want of resemblance; unlikeness; dissimilitude; variety; as, the dissimilarity of human faces and forms. --Sir W. Jones.

- Similarity may refer to: Similarity (geometry), the property of sharing the same shape Matrix similarity, a relation between matrices Similarity measure...

- Bray–Curtis dissimilarity, named after J. Roger Bray and John T. Curtis, is a statistic used to quantify the compositional dissimilarity between two different...

- The index of dissimilarity is a demographic measure of the evenness with which two groups are distributed across component geographic areas that make...

- The criterion of dissimilarity (also called criterion of discontinuity) is used in Biblical criticism to determine if a statement attributed to Jesus...

- Self-dissimilarity is a measure of complexity defined in a series of papers by David Wolpert and William G. Macready. The degrees of self-dissimilarity between...

- agglomerative), or where a cluster should be split (for divisive), a measure of dissimilarity between sets of observations is required. In most methods of hierarchical...

- In computer vision, the Birchfield–Tomasi dissimilarity is a pixelwise image dissimilarity measure that is robust with respect to sampling effects. In...

- similar) to a given point. Closeness is typically expressed in terms of a dissimilarity function: the less similar the objects, the larger the function values...

- {\displaystyle D_{ij}} is an arbitrary dissimilarity matrix, defined through a dissimilitary measure, e.g., Jaccard dissimilarity given by D i j = 1 − | V + ( i...

- A gamete (/ˈɡæmiːt/; from Ancient Gr**** γαμετή gamete from gamein "to marry") is a haploid cell that fuses with another haploid cell during fertilization...

- Bray–Curtis dissimilarity, named after J. Roger Bray and John T. Curtis, is a statistic used to quantify the compositional dissimilarity between two different...

- The index of dissimilarity is a demographic measure of the evenness with which two groups are distributed across component geographic areas that make...

- The criterion of dissimilarity (also called criterion of discontinuity) is used in Biblical criticism to determine if a statement attributed to Jesus...

- Self-dissimilarity is a measure of complexity defined in a series of papers by David Wolpert and William G. Macready. The degrees of self-dissimilarity between...

- agglomerative), or where a cluster should be split (for divisive), a measure of dissimilarity between sets of observations is required. In most methods of hierarchical...

- In computer vision, the Birchfield–Tomasi dissimilarity is a pixelwise image dissimilarity measure that is robust with respect to sampling effects. In...

- similar) to a given point. Closeness is typically expressed in terms of a dissimilarity function: the less similar the objects, the larger the function values...

- {\displaystyle D_{ij}} is an arbitrary dissimilarity matrix, defined through a dissimilitary measure, e.g., Jaccard dissimilarity given by D i j = 1 − | V + ( i...

- A gamete (/ˈɡæmiːt/; from Ancient Gr**** γαμετή gamete from gamein "to marry") is a haploid cell that fuses with another haploid cell during fertilization...

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