Preliminary Turing Test Percent Incorrect Choices

Percent Incorrect Choices

We can analyze the Turing Test results in terms of the actual individual maps that were presented. The above histogram plots the percentage of tests in which each real map was missed. Thus, tall histogram bars indicate maps that were missed almost every time they were shown. These maps were easy to simulate with the Fractal Realizer. Short histogram bars represent maps that the experts were easily able to identify as real. Something about these maps was very difficult to simulate.

Click on the individual bars in the above histogram to see the real map, along with a synthetic version of it. You can click reload from any real map page to get a different synthetic map from the Fractal Realizer.

If you have any data interpretation insights or general comments, please contact

William W. Hargrove
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Environmental Sciences Division
P.O. Box 2008, M.S. 6407
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6407
(865) 241-2748

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