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Hello, Is there a difference between a strict threshold and a loose threshold? Do strict and loose describe two different kind of concepts or is it just the same thing that it is called strict/loose depending on its value? Any examples would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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What was this used in reference to? What's the context of strict and loose thresholds? My best guess is that a strict threshold is that it's either within the threshold or outside the threshold. I'd guess a loose threshold is that it's within proximity to the threshold or outside some proximity and there made be some gradient, but that's just a wild guess. How'd you upon this topic?

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I'm working on a sketch recognition module. Have you played black and white? Remeber the way you draw a gesture with your mouse in order to perform a miracle? Well the algorithm behind it is all about thresholds. And I am currently working on something similar and my resources talk about setting loose and strict thresholds without giving any actual numbers.

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