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st: RE: ranking!!
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I don't really understand your problem. Is the "bilateral
relationship" of the kind that you imply something like a>b, a>c, and
so on, or are you counting "interactions", i.e. a talks to b, a talks
also to c and so on?
In the former case, you can just assign values of objects dominated
(i.e. a dominates five other objects), assuming transitivity you might
even include indirect domination.
In the latter case you can just count the number of relationships?!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rajiv Mallick [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: dinsdag 3 juni 2003 0:08
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: st: ranking!!
> I am looking for some suggestion on how to create a ranking
> scheme when one
> has a following scenario. Whatever suggestion you may have
> will be helpful.
> Say I have 6 objects " a b c d e f ". then i have rankings of their
> bilateral relationships
> a - b
> a - c
> a - d
> a - e
> a - f
> b - c
> b - d
> b - e
> b - f
> and so on.
> In effect I have 5 rankings for each of a through f.
> [Though, it may appear
> that there are
> 5 rankings for "a" and 4 for "b".....]. They are bilateral.
> But I want to
> create a multilateral rank that summerizes say "a's" ranking
> over the rest,
> and "b's" over the rest and so on.
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