overall similarity

overall similarity

(in numerical taxonomy) a value of similarity calculated by considering several characters collectively.
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Meanwhile, the HEC policy and guidelines while writing a research paper state that the overall similarity of index should be less than 19% and from a single source less than 5percent.
In order to increase the accuracy of patient information identification algorithm such as MPI, etc., this paper intends to use this method as a supplementary method for overall similarity measurement algorithm considering patient's medical image similarity measurement as secondary measures.
For the calculation of the overall similarity The similarity measure can be obtained from a distance measurement, if d(x,y) [member of] [0,max] then[16] :
Furthermore, the Gower coefficient offers the opportunity to control the individual attribute's impact on overall similarity by assigning specific weights to attributes.
After an analysis of data acquired from observers' eye movement in the regions of interest (ROI), the author makes a weight analysis on the feature elements in product modeling, then carries out a significant research on each element, finally calculates the overall similarity of different products so as to provide guidance for product design and analysis.
Sensory tests were performed on the cooled product, comparing mouth feel, suspension and overall similarity to the control group.
In this study, a normalized formulation unites these two approaches by establishing a relationship between the normalized cumulative variance metric (v), an overall similarity metric, and the normalized magnitude similarity metric (m) and shape similarity metric (s): v=1 - m x s.
Similarity indices for the C2 sequence support close area relationships between the western Midcontinent and north of the Transcontinental Arch (RC index = 0.93) but lower overall similarity between these areas and the Baltic Basin (0.30 and 0.63, respectively).
Consequently, Skin Concept argued the fact that CODE is found in both parties' marks has less importance when considering the overall similarity of the parties' marks.
Such a strategy can further quantify the overall similarity between two products and may provide a basis for a more selective and targeted approach to subsequent animal and/or clinical studies."
Morreau, M., 2010, "It Simply Does Not Add Up: Trouble with Overall Similarity", The Journal of Philosophy, vol.