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Second’Textbook’Assignment ’ Solutions’ 2.5.’This’one’could’be’a’bit’tedious’too.’I’used’the’SAS’bundled’with’the’assignment)’ for’this.’(JingJing’Zou,’our’T.A.’has’code’in’R,’if’you’are’interested.)’But’the’main’ point’is’to’think’about’whether’the’techni que’could’be’useful’in’comparing’writings.’ What’would’be’the’rationale’for’the’approach.’It’might’be’that’any’writer’randomly’ creates’sentences’independently’and’with’the’same’author -specific’probabilistic’ properties.’Starting’with’the’first’sentence.’ ’ So’that’the’author -specific’histograms’ would,’with’large’(is’100’large?)’samples,’tend’to’reflect’the’author -specific’ probabilistic’properties.’If’this’is’the’rationale,’then’the’underlying’assumption’of’ independence’and’homogeneity’over’time’would’be’cr ucial.’Do’you’think’they’are’ defensible?’ The’texts’that’I’used’are’appended’to’these’solutions.’Here’are’the’histograms.’ First’for’the’Dickens’(A’Tale’of’Two’Cities)’and’second’for’the’Proust’ (Remembrance’of’Things’Past).’(The’two’were’chosen’for’thei r’striking’patterns’of’ sentence’structure.’Note’the’wildly’different’scales’on’the’Y -axis.)’
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2.7’I’was’lazy’and’used’SAS’for’this’one,’too.
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