Two-Poisson model (2P)

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* método de Two-Poisson (2P) = Two-Poisson model (2P).
• 2 2P (método de Two-Poisson)

Ex. This study compares the Two-Poisson (2P), Inverse Document Frequency (IDF) and Discrimination Value (DV) models of document representation.
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Ex. This study compares the Two-Poisson (2P), Inverse Document Frequency (IDF) and Discrimination Value (DV) models of document representation.

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