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README
ms  metric spaces
A metric space is a set together with some notion of distance function which obeys four laws. See the haddock for more information.
We implement these not using a typeclass, but using a simple datatype. This avoids needing to create newtypes for every metric implementation over a given type, meaning that we gain more code reuse and an easiertouse API.
WARNING: The triangleinequality law does not necessarily hold in the
presence of Floating a => a
, which we use. This is because Double
and
Float
both don't have arbitrary precision. However, some of our metrics, such
as that of euclidean
distance, require the use of the sqrt
function, which
requires a Floating
constraint.
Usage
dist levenshtein "foo" "bar"  => 3.0
dist euclidean (V.fromList [3,2]) (V.fromList [2,3])  => 1.4142135623730951
License
[BSD2](LICENSE).
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