Velocity and distance of neighbourhood sequences
AbstractDas et al.  defined the notion of periodic neighbourhood sequences. They also introduced a natural ordering relation for such sequences. Fazekas et al.  generalized the concept of neighbourhood sequences, by dropping periodicity. They also extended the ordering to these generalized neighbourhood sequences. The relation has some unpleasant properties (e.g., it is not a complete ordering). In certain applications it can be useful to compare any two neighbourhood sequences. For this purpose, in the present paper we introduce a norm-like concept, called velocity, for neighbourhood sequences. This concept is in very close connection with the natural ordering relation. We also define a metric for neighbourhood sequences, and investigate its properties.
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Hajdu, A., & Hajdu, L. (2003). Velocity and distance of neighbourhood sequences. Acta Cybernetica, 16(1), 133-145. Retrieved from https://cyber.bibl.u-szeged.hu/index.php/actcybern/article/view/3614