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Gangstas Report 2009 Completed by: GT: On this date: 1
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Bad guys are bad, but just how bad are bad guys? The CS1371 TAs have bargained hard with The National Gangsta Database and Spreadsheet Co. Ltd. to obtain the classified data about the baddest of the bad. In return for the sensitive data, we must determine who of the villains is the most diabolical. Will it be Jim Greenlee, the crazed former Georgia Tech college of computing professor who attempted to give students negative grades, or Bill Clinton, who had his way with white house interns. The Task is yours, can you handle it? Data Analysis: There are many facets to villainy, as the data categories indicate. 1 Cruelty, mercilessness, penitence, sadism, incorrigibility, and mad genius all appear in varying levels among the gangstas we consider, and each factor except penitence have strong positive correlations with mean-badness. In the following analysis we consider superlatives in some of the gangsta qualities and also note the overall baddest of the bunch. According to the mean-badness calculation, Emperor Palpatine
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2010 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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