# ps4_sol - = 5 D D s 1 s 4 = 6 D D s 2 s 3 = 1 D D s 2 s 4 =...

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EC313-Fall 2010 Problem Set 4 solutions (Updated 18 August 2010) Matt Turner 1. To answer this question, you have to evaluate each diversity measure each of the six possible pairs of survivors and pick the largest. 1. Singletons have pure diversity zero by hypothesis. Evaluating all of the pairs gives: D D ( s 1 , s 2 ) = 4 D D ( s 1 , s 3 )

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Unformatted text preview: = 5 D D ( s 1 , s 4 ) = 6 D D ( s 2 , s 3 ) = 1 D D ( s 2 , s 4 ) = 2 D D ( s 3 , s 4 ) = 1 2. So pick ( s 1 , s 4 ) . D P ( s 1 , s 2 ) =-3 D P ( s 1 , s 3 ) =-2 D P ( s 1 , s 4 ) =-3 D P ( s 2 , s 3 ) =-5 D P ( s 2 , s 4 ) =-5 D P ( s 3 , s 4 ) =-6 So pick ( s 1 , s 3 ) . 1 2. 2...
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ps4_sol - = 5 D D s 1 s 4 = 6 D D s 2 s 3 = 1 D D s 2 s 4 =...

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