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On Flipping the Fr\'{e}chet distance

@inproceedings{Filtser2022OnFT,
  title={On Flipping the Fr\'\{e\}chet distance},
  author={Omrit Filtser and Mayank Goswami and Joseph S. B. Mitchell and Valentin Polishchuk},
  year={2022}
}
The classical and extensively-studied Fréchet distance between two curves is defined as an inf max , where the infimum is over all traversals of the curves, and the maximum is over all concurrent positions of the two agents. In this article we investigate a “flipped” Fréchet measure defined by a sup min – the supremum is over all traversals of the curves, and the minimum is over all concurrent positions of the two agents. This measure produces a notion of “social distance” between two curves (or… 

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