# Line Estimation

Before I start my post, I want to inform you that there might be an unclear succession between the posts I publish. I am doing my best to keep them in order, but as a general rule in life, nothing is guaranteed! I mean there are so many things that I want to write about, and every time I want to write, something comes to my mind which is not necessarily directly related to my previous posts. So please bear with me on this. Continue reading

# Similarity and Distance Functions

Let’s go back to our posts on distance functions. The initial idea was to calculate the distance between two points or between one point and a set of points in a 2d space. Within the discussion, we often stated that one point is more “similar” to the set, than the other point. So, maybe what we are actually trying to calculate is the similarity between two entities (either being a point or a set). The problem is that similarity is a subjective matter, so we need an objective measure, and that’s why we have chosen distance. Continue reading

# Eikosograms

Yesterday, I was thinking about the first time I realized the difference between two random variables being disjoint rather than independent. The difference was very confusing at the time for me, and I think the reason is related to Venn diagrams. Continue reading