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AI::CBR::Sim - collection of basic similarity functions
Import similarity functions for case construction.
use AI::CBR::Sim qw(sim_dist sim_eq); ... ...
Works for any numeric values. Suitable when you are interested into the difference of values in a given range. Returns the fraction of the difference of the values with respect to a given maximum range of interest. The madatory third argument is this range.
sim_dist(26, 22, 10); # returns 0.4 sim_dist(-2, 1, 100); # returns 0.03
Works for non-negative numeric values. Suitable when you are only interested into their relative difference with respect to 0. Returns the fraction of the smaller argument with respect to the higher one.
sim_frac(3, 2); # returns 0.67 sim_frac(40, 50); # returns 0.8
Works for any textual value. Suitable when you are interested only into equality/inequality. Returns 1 in case of equality, 0 in case of inequality. No third argument.
sim_eq('foo', 'bar'); # returns 0 sim_eq('foo', 'foo'); # returns 1
Works for sets/lists of textual values. Suitable when you are interested into overlap of the two sets. Arguments are two array references with textual values. Returns the number of elements in the intersection divided by the number of elements in the union. No third argument.
sim_set([qw/a b c/], [qw/b c d/]); # returns 0.5 sim_set([qw/a b c/], [qw/c/]); # returns 0.33
See AI::CBR for an overview of the framework.
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Copyright 2009 Darko Obradovic, all rights reserved.
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