Confusability


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Con`fus`a`bil´i`ty


n.1.Capability of being confused.
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The salience of the affix is dependent on factors such as orthography, which may lead to confusability (5) (Laudanna and Burani 1995; Laudanna et al.
Medical diagnosis must therefore take into consideration issues of uncertainty and class imbalance which comes either in form of confusability or overlaps,incomplete information, vagueness, inconsistency or indeterminacy, disease prevalence in order to make a reliable decision towards the prediction and eventual treatment of a disease.
What these authors propose is that the facial expressions of negative emotions overlap to a high degree, thus increasing their confusability and leading to reduced accuracy.
acoustic confusability measure based on Levenshtein distance could be applied.
Transposed-letter confusability effects in masked form priming.
To negate the absolute value of writing and to introduce elements of rhetoric into writing in profiting from the "confusability (Verwirrbarkeit) through speech" (1991: 149) also means to turn the reading of the text into a game.
However, that type of feature properties could be used to improve the tracking, because colour differences would reduce confusability among the stimuli, allowing that the selection of relevant objects was maintained longer than usual MOT.
Combining the directions with the smaller grammar with less confusability should increase the likelihood of successful recognition.