Improving Ranking Using Quantum Probability

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Melucci, Massimo;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Emerging Technologies | Physics - Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability | Computer Science - Information Retrieval | Computer Science - Learning

The paper shows that ranking information units by quantum probability differs from ranking them by classical probability provided the same data used for parameter estimation. As probability of detection (also known as recall or power) and probability of false alarm (als... View more
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