Andrew Fu Wah Ho

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It is common to question the equal-interval assumptions of most academic scale scores. Even if interval assumptions hold, it is problematic to assume equal-interval distances with respect to benefits. For example, equivalent gains at the top and bottom of the distribution are unlikely to yield equivalent welfare returns. I develop a method to estimate the(More)
BACKGROUND The recently developed geometric distance scoring system has shown the effectiveness of scoring systems in predicting cardiac arrest within 72h and the potential to predict other clinical outcomes. However, the geometric distance scoring system predicts scores based on only local structure embedded by the data, thus leaving much room for(More)
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