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Topic: Superiority of Curves Question
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Superiority of Curves Question
Posted: Dec 17, 2007 12:41 AM
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The performance of two learning robots is shown at the graph below.

It is clearly seen at the graph that the learning curve (that's a
power) of robot1 is below the learning curve of robot2. At a certain
point of time they reach to the same optimal solution.

Is there any method (statistical or not) that can show that robot1 is
superior than robot2 or is it just enough to say: "it is clearly seen
from the graph that robot1's curve is always below/equal to that of
robot2, thereby it is superior"?




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