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School
Boston College
Department
Computer Science
Course
CSCI 1031
Professor
James Gips
Semester
Fall

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November 18, 2013 Given some graphs of natural language utterances the frequency of any word is inversely  proportional to its rank in the frequency table F(n)= A * 1/n (Power Law) A is the highest value N is the rank in the population Zipf’s law predicts the population of various cities The population of the nth most populous city should be the highest value times 1 over n Three rules of Long Tail M
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