Buddha Buck wrote:
Is this right? (E,D,D) to (A,C,C) is (4,1,1), with a L1 metric of 6.
(E,D,D) to (D,A,A) is (1,3,3) with an L1 metric of 7. Are you sure
(E,D,D) would bind to (D,A,A)?
Oh, shit. I fail with the simplest of mathematics. Indeed
(E,D,D) binds to (D,A,A). The problem I want to point out
remains, though. The two Ds are handled as As where a C
treatment was available. The point is that metric MMD here
either fails on E or D to be most specific.
"The unavoidable price of reliability is simplicity" -- C.A.R. Hoare
"Simplicity does not precede complexity, but follows it." -- A.J. Perlis
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