ancomp -- compare two sets of annotations
(-a|-f|-l) (-r anitem) (-t anitem) (-m matchfile) (-h histfile) (-s samprate) file
is a program to compare two sets of annotations. It has three modes of operation
controlled by command-line switches. In
mode (-a) the program measure the alignment accuracy of a set of
automatically aligned annotations against a reference set.
Statistics of mean alignment error and a breakdown of
accuracy per annotation label is provided. It is assumed
that the labels themselves are correct.
mode (-f) the program samples the two annotation sets at a given frame
rate and counts how many times each possible pair of labels occurs.
A confusion matrix showing the mappings is produced.
mode (-l) the program only analyses the sequence of labels and not their
position. The program perfoms a dynamic programming assignment of test labels
to reference labels to collect statistics on substitutions, insertions and
deletions. A confusion matrix and labelling accuracy statistics are
Identify program name and version number.
Select input item number.
Select reference annotation item. Default first.
Select test annotation item. Default last.
Select alignment accuracy mode (default).
Select frame labelling mode.
Select labelling accuracy mode.
Store raw information about matches into the given file rather than
producing a summary. For frame labelling and
labelling accuracy mode this is a list of input-output label pairs suitable
for processing by the conmat(SFS1) confusion matrix printing program. If
matchfile is "-" then the information is sent to the standard output.
Store histogram of distances into given file.
Specify sampling rate for frame labelling measurement. Default:100.
Fri Jul 09 14:54:41 2004