Phil 4.19.17

7:00 – 8:00 Research

8:30 – 5:00 BRC

  • Have Aaron read abstract
  • Finishing up temporal coherence in clustering. Getting differences, now I have to figure out how to sort, and when to make a new cluster.
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    timestamp = 10.18
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    current[0] 32.43% similar to previous[0]
    current[0] 87.80% similar to previous[1]
    current[0] 3.96% similar to previous[-1]
    current[-1] 7.41% similar to previous[0]
    current[-1] 82.35% similar to previous[-1]

    In the above example, we originally have 3 clusters and then 2. The two that map are pretty straightforward: current[0] 87.80% similar to previous[1], and current[-1] 82.35% similar to previous[-1]. Not sure what to do about the group that fell away. I think there should be an increasing ID number for clusters, with the exception of [-1], which is unclustered. Once a cluster goes away, it can’t come back.

  • Long discussion with Bob and Aaron, basically coordinating and giving Bob a sense of where we are. That wound up being most of the day.
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