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This is similar to first normalizing the performance with respect to that of the baseline and formulating a constraint such that the normalized performance is larger than one. Again, care must be taken in normalization because anomalies in performance ordering may happen when certain normalization methods are used and the baseline is changed. Probabilities of mean have been used to evaluate generalizability in various genetics-based learning and generalization experiments (17,32,33,35,36,37,38,39).
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