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Purplexity

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8 thoughts on “ Purplexity ”

  1. Perplexity is 1 (1 N 1 N) N = N So perplexity represents the number of sides of a fair die that when rolled, produces a sequence with the same entropy as your given probability distribution.
  2. Perplexity is a common metric to use when evaluating language models. For example, scikit-learn’s implementation of Latent Dirichlet Allocation (a topic-modeling algorithm) includes perplexity as a .
  3. PERPLEXITY.—The word ‘perplexity’ (ἀπορία) occurs but once in the NT (Luke ), in that reminiscence of Daniel which foretells the day of terrors that shall usher in the presence of the Son of meabsyluderbochanhillchrisamictrichul.coinfo the idea has remarkable associations with Christ in the Gospels. Not only is perplexity discernible in His own experience, but He was then (as now) a frequent cause of it in others.
  4. Perplexity (8 Occurrences) Mark for Herod stood in awe of John, knowing him to be an upright and holy man, and he protected him. After listening to him he was in great perplexity, and yet he found a pleasure in listening. (WEY).
  5. Perplexity is confusion that results from something being complicated. The instruction manuals for computer components might put a look of perplexity on your face.
  6. 18 synonyms of perplexity from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 22 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for perplexity. Perplexity: a state of mental uncertainty.
  7. In her perplexity, she was appealing to him who was practically a stranger. Yet, one after another, his menials and laborers returned his gaze with well-acted perplexity. And there stood Beth adorable in her perplexity, conjuring both of him to speak. But with the alloy of perplexity .
  8. Middle English from Old French perplexite or late Latin perplexitas, from Latin perplexus ‘entangled, confused’ (see perplex).

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