Inequalities Between Similarities for Numerical Data
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Similarity measures are entities that can be used to quantify the similarity between two vectors with real numbers. We present inequalities between seven well known similarities. The inequalities are valid if the vectors contain non-negative real numbers.
KeywordsBray-Curtis similarity Ruzicka similarity Ellenberg similarity Gleason similarity
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