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I can help you to achieve any grade you desire. I only require clear communication between us and a strong discipline to study from yourself. It doesn't matter if you're top or bottom of your class, whether you're severely dyslexic, dyspraxic or anything else with dys infront of it. It doesn't matter whether you're teacher is terrible or simply absent. I can help you. I have tutored nearly 100 different students from nearly 100 different places of study (primary schools, secondary schools, colleges, universities, adult education centres, special needs education centres).
My academic qualifications include the relevant GCSEs and A Levels, as well as a First Class Degree in Astrophysics - after which I spent a few years in cutting edge nanotech research (plastic nanowires, in case you're interested!)
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Hi, I'm stuck on evaluation, average precision, Im struggling to understand how to calaculate them. for example: A query has 6 relevant answers in a collection. In ranked order, the tigerland retrieval system returns the following results: (1) relevant; (2) irrelevant; (3) relevant; (4) relevant; (5) irrelevant; (6) relevant; (7) relevant; (8) relevant; (9) irrelevant; and (10) irrelevant. Calculate the average precision (AP). Answer: (1 + 2/3 + 3/4 + 4/6 + 5/7 + 6/8 ) / 6 Suppose that there is a seventh relevant item, which your system does not find. Does this affect average precision? Answer: Yes – the seventh (missed) item must be counted in the averaging (i.e. the denominator of the fraction becomes 7 instead of 6).
why and how can we get this answer? what are the steps to get the result?
i'm going through some tricky vector product arrangements and rearrangements. some involve expressions like phi del (i mean the symbol phi followed by the operator del) - no dot or cross product involved. what exactly does this mean? is it the same as del phi? simply the gradient of phi? i can't find any websits which clarify this
A circle of diameter of 30cm, enclose in a square of 30cm x 30cm, the square is divided in 3 parts 10cm x 30cm, the lower part is divided into a right angle triangle of 30cm (base) and 10cm (height), find the area between the 'circle' and the right angle triangle.