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View source: R/Rfun_keenersk.R
Calculate ratings and provide rankings using Keener's method applying a nonlinear skweing function, without using Laplace's Rule of Succession, and using Laplace's Rule of Succession
1 2 3 4 5 6  keenersk(
jpMat,
method = "keenersk",
irreducibility = 0.01,
ties.method = "average"
)

jpMat 
a JudgePresenter matrix, or a UserMovie matrix 
method 
a character string specifying Keener's method applying a nonlinear skweing function, including "keenersk", "keenerskwolrs" 
irreducibility 
a nonnegative parameter, which is the ratio of the value of each element in the pertubation matrix to the average value in the normalized proportaion matrix. 
ties.method 
a character string specifying how ties are treated, including "average", "first", "last", "random", "max", "min", from base::rank 
keenersk
: Keener's method with Laplace's Rule of Succession, applying a nonlinear skweing function
keenerskwolrs
: Keener's method without Laplace's Rule of Succession, applying a nonlinear skweing function
Jiangtao Gou
Gou, J. and Wu, S. (2020). A Judging System for Project Showcase: Rating and Ranking with Incomplete Information. Technical Report.
Keener, J. P. (1993). The PerronFrobenius theorem and the ranking of football teams. SIAM Review 35, 8093.
Langville, A. N. and Meyer, C. D. (2012). Who's Number 1?: The Science of Rating and Ranking. Princeton University Press.
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