complexity measure

complexity measure

(algorithm)
A quantity describing the complexity of a computation.
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For Law L2: Increasing Complexity Lehman considers source line of code (SLOC) as a complexity measure.
The researchers compared each country's complexity measure to its Gini coefficient, the most widely used measure of income inequality.
Additionally, coefficients c(1) to c(16) are the values of the parameters that relate each complexity measure with the other measures.
Gu, "Interpretation of coarse-graining of Lempel-Ziv complexity measure in ECG signal analysis", in Proc.
This assessment defines the baseline complexity measure.
The business complexity measure gauges the diversity of the affiliates in terms of the types of business they conduct, with types divided into five buckets; the geographic complexity measure assesses the diversity of the affiliates in terms of geographic location, with locations divided into thirteen regions.
Our data revealed no significant changes over repetition for any complexity measure.
sentence length, word length), because it is the complexity measure most readily available for revision and improvement.
We focus in particular on the cycle rank, a digraph complexity measure originally motivated by studies in formal languages [12].
A complexity measure of handwritten curves: modeling of dynamic signature forgery, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics 23 (2) 400-413.
Control Entropy: A Complexity Measure for Nonstationary Signals.
The tolerance of complexity measure used in this study resembles more of a willingness to think flexibly rather than providing direct evidence of a cognitive ability to handle complex visual stimuli.