On Saturday, January 10, 2015 12:09:44 you wrote:
> There is a British saying "Don't throw the baby out with the
> bathwater". Amongst the criticism of false decodes (which I have been
> part of), we must not forget that Opera is now more sensitive - the
> equivalent of doubling everybody's power - which must be good. This
> has led to many more good DX decodes.
> Now, in response to suggestions from users, the writers have modified
> the program to flag up decodes that might be suspicious, which is
> what OPDS does (but in a different way). Used with caution, this will
> address most of the problems experienced with the launch version.
> The controversial PDF file has also been dropped from the zip file.
> Deep Search, originally developed by DF6NM, has always involved
> "guesswork", and therefore needs to be viewed with caution. In short
> it compares a list of known active stations (again Op and OPDS does
> this differently) with what might be described as 'partial decodes'
> and finds the best match.
I don't know Opera but this is my 2 bit "guesswork" ;-)
Does the Deep Search decision making algorithm compute a confidence numerical
If not can compute it?
So, normalize the score between 0 and 1 and print it in the report: 0=false
decode, 1=sure decode.
Useful for human accept-reject decision and most useful for debugging.
73 de Claudio IK2PII
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