Hikago Multivariate Rating Framework

  1. Pick a number from 1 to 10, call this value U.
  2. Take the convolution of acos(Uα)’s frequency response with an arbitrary Hamming window and evaluate the integration at e.
  3. Disregard step 2 and choose another number from 1 to 5, call this value M.
  4. Rate the 2 hottest girls in the show, these values are A and D, respectively.
  5. Average U, M, A, and D: this is the HMRF value of the show.

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