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n.1.Capability of being confused.
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In the current article, we focus on distance measures derived from text; we apply two different techniques, namely language confusability based on n-gram statistics and the Levenshtein distance between orthographic word transcriptions, in order to obtain measures of dissimilarity among a set of languages.
Similarity ratings and confusability of lipread consonants compared with similarity ratings of auditory and orthographic stimuli.
Bias," the probability of stating that a signal occurred, independently of the confusability between signals and noise, is suggested in the present study by the finding that simply adding observation increased compliance with rate guesses.