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Pages: 32

Language: English

Publisher: Forgotten Books (31 July 2016)

By: Kaizhong Zhang (Author)

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Since a tree can represent a scene description, a grammar parse, a structural description. And many other phenomena, comparing trees is a way to compare scenes, parses and so on. We consider the distance between two trees to be the (weighted) number of edit operations (insert, delete, and modify) to transform one tree to another. Then, we consider the following kinds of questions.

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