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Re: VMs: VMS patterns continued
On the analysis chart, how do you interpret the horizontal lines
formed by density around 13,000 and the long blank with bordering
density about 13,000? There are others, some large and less well
Ciao .... Knox
On 25 May 2004 at 18:44, PK#01 wrote:
> I have made a plot of the "word variability" in the VMS. I mean :
> If I take N consecutive words starting at position X and ending at
> position X+N-1, how many unique words are in this set? (There must be
> a better term for this.)
> The X-axis is by word position, Y axis by percentage of unique words
> in a consecutive segment of 100, 500 and 1000 words.
> Notice the interesting "valley" in the middle.
> I just checked and the "black triangle" in the autocorrelation
> corresponds exactly with the "valley" in the word variability.
> s_b.gi f
> Thus : less word variability => better correlation, and this is not
> surprising. You can almost see the segment in the text with the naked
> And all this seems to correlate with the "women in baths" section. I
> get the same patterns if I use Stolfi's file (test10) instead of
> Knoxmix's file (test09). I think that this is "hard data" but I don't
> know what to make of it.
> Greetings, Petr Kazil
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