On normalized compression distance and large malware

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Borbely, Rebecca Schuller;

Normalized Compression Distance (NCD) is a popular tool that uses compression algorithms to cluster and classify data in a wide range of applications. Existing discussions of NCD's theoretical merit rely on certain theoretical properties of compression algorithms. Howev... View more
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