Jaccard's Coefficient Comparator
The Jaccard's Coefficient Comparator is a text mining tool that compares two texts using the well known Jaccard‘s Coefficient, a standard measure in
information retrieval. It is defined as the size of the intersection divided by the size of the union of the representative sets of terms of both texts.
The Jaccard's Coefficient Comparator is optimized to compare texts from taxonomies e.g. to compare technologies, scientific projects etc.
Therefore texts can be inserted in XML format (see example Science Citation Index - Scope Notes). All inserted texts are compared among each other.
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