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many bullet point levels are shown • Type size gets smaller and smaller • Until it is utterly unreadable • Even for audiences in the 4th row • So you better have just one bulletpoint level • Better yet, forget about bullets (bullets, not guns, kill people. Don’t you know?) • Use them sparingly • There are many other ways of detailing your ideas! Slide from Don McMillan, “Life After Death by PowerPoint”: http://bit.ly/aYxegN
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was introduced by Has- san. Similarly, LDHCM (Linearly Decayed) and LGDHCM (LoGarithmically decayed), have their contributions reduced over time in a respectively linear and logarithmic fashion. Both are novel. The deﬁnition of the variants follow: EDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) e 1⇥(|{a,..,b}| i) (5) LDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) 2⇤(|{a,..,b}|+1 i) (6) LGDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) 3⇤ln(|{a,..,b}|+1.01 i) (7) where 1, 2 and 3 are the decay factors. earlier periods of time, i.e., earlier modiﬁcations, have the contribution reduced exponentially over time, modelling a exponential decay model. EDHCM was introduced by Ha san. Similarly, LDHCM (Linearly Decayed) and LGDHC (LoGarithmically decayed), have their contributions reduce over time in a respectively linear and logarithmic fashion Both are novel. The deﬁnition of the variants follow: EDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) e 1⇥(|{a,..,b}| i) (5 LDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) 2⇤(|{a,..,b}|+1 i) (6 LGDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) 3⇤ln(|{a,..,b}|+1.01 i) (7 where 1, 2 and 3 are the decay factors. Variants. We deﬁne three further variants based on HCM, with an additional weight for periods in the past. In EDHCM (Exponentially Decayed HCM) , entropies for earlier periods of time, i.e., earlier modiﬁcations, have their contribution reduced exponentially over time, modelling an exponential decay model. EDHCM was introduced by Has- san. Similarly, LDHCM (Linearly Decayed) and LGDHCM (LoGarithmically decayed), have their contributions reduced over time in a respectively linear and logarithmic fashion. Both are novel. The deﬁnition of the variants follow: EDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) e 1⇥(|{a,..,b}| i) (5) LDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) 2⇤(|{a,..,b}|+1 i) (6) LGDHCM{a,..,b} (j) = P i2{a,..,b} HCP Fi(j) 3⇤ln(|{a,..,b}|+1.01 i) (7) where 1, 2 and 3 are the decay factors.
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