dissimilarity


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It can, in the first place, be clearly shown that mere external dissimilarity between two species does not determine their greater or lesser degree of sterility when crossed; and we may apply the same rule to domestic varieties.
The word "similar" is a vague word, since there are degrees of similarity, and no one can say where similarity ends and dissimilarity begins.
We measured poverty (poor-nonpoor) and racial segregation (black-white) using two forms of residential segregation: dissimilarity and isolation indexes.
Effects of land use and limnology variables on the dissimilarity of common and rare aquatic insects in Atlantic Forest streams.
The dendogram were designed using a dissimilarity genetic unit between individuals (OTU, Operative Taxonomic Unit).
"Associations with dissimilarity scores are consistent with evidence from feeding studies showing that exposure to foods with different characteristics led to increased energy intake, which may partially explain gain in waist circumference over time," wrote Marcia C.
Matters of demographic similarity and dissimilarity in supervisor-subordinate relationships and workplace attitudes.
A holistic measure of dissimilarity, D([C.sub.i1], [C.sub.i2]), between two climates is provided by dynamic time warping (DTW).
Section 3 presents the multiscale quality-aware feature extraction and the corresponding dissimilarity quantification.
In any germplasm bank, an important step towards genetic improvement is to study dissimilarity among accessions; this enables the identification of possible duplicates and hybridizations that can generate high genetic variability in the offspring.
In this paper, we utilize two characteristics of non-rigid models to measure dissimilarity between the models.
The lowest dissimilarity value was 0.313 (between FLIP 2006-20L and FLIP 2007-69L), whereas the highest distance (0.803) was between FLIP 2007-53L and Sulaimani-2.
Most clustering techniques use distances largely to measure the dissimilarity between different objects [2-4].
They recommended using aforementioned PCs instead of initial features for dissimilarity measure construction and finding the k nearest neighbors [10].
A cluster analysis requires researchers to make a series of independent decisions, which, in turn, require knowledge of its properties, the choice of similarity or dissimilarity of the various methods and a manner of validity, which may represent different groups.