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Reference details

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Les Hatton

2007e

Persistence correlation analysis as an aid in searching for rare but significant textual relationships

WEBchance_20070301.pdf

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A novel application of chance discovery. Chance discovery is the act of searching for rare but significant relationships in unstructured text. Here chance is used with the meaning of opportunity. This paper is accompanied by a freely available piece of software in the relevant links field.

In this case, I use methods based on the entropy of the connections between phrases and how they link together. The document shows applications to various textual documents including "Three Men In a Boat" by Jerome K. Jerome, "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" by Arthur Conan Doyle and the King James Bible.

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