complexity measure


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complexity measure

(algorithm)
A quantity describing the complexity of a computation.
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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.
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.
Since the keyword task complexity measure was not balanced for science and technology topics, only descriptive statistics are reported.
To create posttest scores, the factor loadings for the pretest grammatical complexity measure were used as weights in computing the posttest factor scores for grammatical complexity.
Entropy is classically defined as a measure of disorder in a system (20), in particular, computed by the coding complexity measure of Shannon entropy.
4) Contractor shall document the complexity of the modules based on complexity measures to be developed with this effort.
ETS and other team members were recognized for developing an innovative model of text and item cognitive complexity measures for the Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) program.
Researchers have linked adaptive leadership skills with brain functioning and psychological complexity measures among active leaders.
Individual papers discuss such topics as architecture driven modernization, semantic analysis and the modeling of semantic service descriptions, cognitive complexity measures, agility and plan based assessments and tool integration and software development governance.
1993), we expected this species to exhibit a significant relationship with habitat complexity measures.