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- From: "Wontae Kim" <kimwontae(--nospam--at)email.com>
- Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2005 08:07:34 -0500
I didn't imagine my question would bring about big debate!
However, my question was very simple:
how can I get 'a number' about drawings' quality (reliability) in order to evaluate 'objectively'?
These drawings could be drawn by SE, PE or high school student.
How could I say Drawing A is better than Drawing B because Drawing A has 77% reliability
compared with 99% reliability of Drawing B?
I need standard, method, or technique to quantify drawings' reliability!!!
(My question is not related with the politics, though I know it will be eventually.)
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