###### asymptotic behaviour

- We focus on approximations justifications, asymptotic behaviour and convergence analysis. (inria.fr)
- In particular the 1965 paper with the innocent title "On the asymptotic behaviour of Bayes estimates in the discrete case II" finds the rather disappointing answer that when sampling from a countably infinite population the Bayesian procedure fails almost everywhere, i.e. one does not obtain the true distribution asymptotically. (wikipedia.org)

###### observable

- How do we translate these concepts into observable and measurable behaviours? (wikipedia.org)
- There are many correlations between test scores and objectively observable measures like behaviour or socio-demographic, professional and clinical properties. (wikipedia.org)
- According to it, scientific inquiry proceeds by formulating a hypothesis in a form that could conceivably be falsified by a test on observable data. (wikipedia.org)

###### perceptions

- This study aimed to evaluate the effect of implementing a bowel management protocol on intensive care nursing and medical staffs' knowledge, attitude, subjective norms, perceived behavioural control, behaviour intentions, role perceptions and past behaviours in relation to three bowel management practices. (biomedcentral.com)
- People create their own "subjective social reality" from their own perceptions, their view of the world may dictate their behaviour. (wikipedia.org)
- He described the early stages of delusional thought as self-referential, over-interpretations of actual sensory perceptions, as opposed to hallucinations. (wikipedia.org)

###### theoretical

- The journal publishes analysis, findings and recommendations relating to gender and behaviour, including theoretical, empirical and descriptive works and relevant scholarly discussions of ethics. (journals.co.za)
- Our goal is to contribute to statistical modelling by offering theoretical concepts and computational tools to handle properly some of these issues that are frequent in modern data. (inria.fr)
- The theoretical and practical behaviour of methods. (inria.fr)
- During the first year, students will complete a year of training where they will gain extra theoretical or practical knowledge in behaviour and/or informatics. (ncl.ac.uk)

###### emerge

- In order to develop health promotion initiatives it is important to identify at what age gender and socioeconomic inequalities in health-related behaviours emerge. (springer.com)
- Cohesive and coordinated group behaviours emerge, however, from the decision rules that individuals use to interact in groups, and how predation has shaped these fine-scale social decisions is still unclear. (royalsocietypublishing.org)

###### Hypothesis

- Possible outcomes: Conclusive: The hypothesis is falsified by the data. (wikipedia.org)
- Data are consistent with the hypothesis. (wikipedia.org)
- Inconclusive: Data are not relevant to the hypothesis, or data and predictions are incommensurate. (wikipedia.org)

###### empirical

- Annual discount rates range from ten to fourteen percent across the data sets and empirical specifications. (springer.com)

###### methods

- We propose to use structured models and methods allowing easy interpretations. (inria.fr)
- In a context of deteriorating civil infrastructure and limited funds available to ensure their functionality and safety, there is a need for accurate assessment methods leading to a better allocation of the available resources and a timely detection of abnormal behaviours. (surrey.ac.uk)
- Unlike most hydrochemistry studies, the method used makes no a priori assumptions about the complexity of the dynamics (e.g., number of flow-paths), but instead uses objective statistical methods to define these (together with uncertainty analysis). (environmental-expert.com)
- Multiple host feeding and flexibility in blood feeding behaviour have important implications for malaria transmission, malaria control, and the effectiveness of intervention and monitoring methods, particularly those that target human-feeding vectors. (biomedcentral.com)
- Characterizing the malaria vector species composition in Indonesia is critical to determine suitable methods for collection and the potential impact of interventions that exploit vector feeding behaviours. (biomedcentral.com)
- Methods of probability theory also apply to descriptions of complex systems given only partial knowledge of their state, as in statistical mechanics. (wikipedia.org)
- Statistical methods were used confidently. (wikipedia.org)
- The department holds particular expertise in multivariate statistical methods for measurement, life-course epidemiology and the analysis of experimental, genetic and neuropsychiatric data. (wikipedia.org)
- He published extensively on methods for causal inference and the behavior of standard statistical models under non-standard conditions - for example, how regression models behave when fitted to data from randomized experiments. (wikipedia.org)
- He characterized circumstances in which the methods continue to perform well, and those where they break down-regardless of the quality of the data. (wikipedia.org)
- The authors emphasize: Personality tests require conscious application of methods and strategies of multimodal diagnostics, i.e., saveguards and critical interpretation. (wikipedia.org)

###### behavioural

- The Centre for Behaviour and Evolution (CBE) in collaboration with the Behavioural and Experimental Northeast Cluster (BENC) and Open Lab have five fully funded 4-year PhD studentships in Behaviour Informatics and the multimodal study of behaviour. (ncl.ac.uk)
- If you have a background in Informatics and wish to learn how to apply this to the study of behaviour, OR a background in Behavioural Sciences and wish to learn more about using Informatics techniques, we want to hear from you. (ncl.ac.uk)

###### analyse

- The aim of this longitudinal study was to analyse how health-related behaviours and weight status differed by age-group, gender, family socio-economic status and over time in three cohorts of school children. (springer.com)
- To analyse a (time) series of data, we assume that it may be represented as trend plus noise: y t = a t + b + e t {\displaystyle y_{t}=at+b+e_{t}\,} where a {\displaystyle a} and b {\displaystyle b} are unknown constants and the e {\displaystyle e} 's are randomly distributed errors. (wikipedia.org)

###### inference

- This provides a key to modelling, computation, inference and interpretation. (inria.fr)
- The data acquired for quantitative marketing research can be analysed by almost any of the range of techniques of statistical analysis, which can be broadly divided into descriptive statistics and statistical inference. (wikipedia.org)

###### uncertainty

- The robust models identified are based on continuous-time transfer functions and demonstrate high simulation efficiency with a constrained uncertainty allowing hydrological interpretation of dominant flow-paths and behaviour of H + load in four upland headwaters. (environmental-expert.com)
- Gather and analyze data from experiments or observations, including indicators of uncertainty. (wikipedia.org)
- There is too much uncertainty in the data to draw any conclusion. (wikipedia.org)

###### practice

- Infographics is the practice of displaying data, while data visualization or visual analytics refers to tools or systems that are interactive and allow users to upload their own data sets. (theglobeandmail.com)

###### human

- In action is included all human behaviour when and in so far as the acting individual attaches a subjective meaning to it. (studymore.org.uk)
- To examine species-specific host attraction and feeding behaviours, a Latin square design was used to compare Anopheles mosquitoes attracted to human, cow, and goat-baited tents. (biomedcentral.com)
- CRISPR genome editing samples and modifies genetic data to modify human bodies. (theglobeandmail.com)
- Through design thinking and foresight, we can use qualitative and ethnographic knowledge to bring human factors and needs into dialogue with the artificial intelligence and machine learning that drives data analytics. (theglobeandmail.com)
- We need to make informed choices about which decisions can and should be automated through the intelligent systems that are able to analyze and act on data faster than human intervention. (theglobeandmail.com)
- Sachs, Gunter: The Astrology File: Scientific Proof of the Link Between Star Signs and Human Behaviour. (wikipedia.org)
- Apophenia, also known as patternicity, or agenticity, is the human tendency to perceive meaningful patterns within random data. (wikipedia.org)
- As a mathematical foundation for statistics, probability theory is essential to many human activities that involve quantitative analysis of data. (wikipedia.org)
- The interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary nature of scientific inquiry into human behaviour, social and environmental factors affecting it, made many of the natural sciences interested in some aspects of social science methodology. (wikipedia.org)
- Outliers arise due to changes in system behaviour, fraudulent behaviour, human error, instrument error or simply through natural deviations in populations. (wikipedia.org)

###### relation

- The Eötvös rule also gives a relation of the surface tension behaviour of different liquids in respect to each other: 2. (wikipedia.org)

###### quantitative

- Analysis of quantitative data was done using Statistical Packages for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 23.0. (journals.co.za)

###### convergence

- The origin of multifractality in sequential (time series) data has been attributed to mathematical convergence effects related to the central limit theorem that have as foci of convergence the family of statistical distributions known as the Tweedie exponential dispersion models as well as the geometric Tweedie models. (wikipedia.org)

###### interpret

- Thematic content analysis was used to categorise data into themes, to address and interpret qualitative data. (journals.co.za)

###### regression models

- Moreover, an algorithm based on statistical control charts defined by the prediction bands of the regression models is proposed for the interpretation of new monitoring data and the identification of abnormal behaviours, as part of an envisaged "real-time" assessment. (surrey.ac.uk)

###### analysis

- Most commonly used statistical procedures, for analysis and interpretation of statistical data, rest on assumptions about the behaviour of the data. (springer.com)
- The main and interaction effects of time, gender and parental educational level on the health-related behaviours, weight status and body mass index standard deviation score (BMIsds) were analysed by the Weighted Least Squares method for categorical repeated measures and Analysis of Variance. (springer.com)
- Themes were generated as the units for analysis based on the objectives of the study to enable interpretation of qualitative information. (journals.co.za)
- The context of our work is the analysis of structured stochastic models with statistical tools. (inria.fr)
- So doing, we aim at developing innovative techniques for high scientific, societal, economic impact applications and in particular via image processing and spatial data analysis in environment, biology and medicine. (inria.fr)
- We propose to develop model selection and approximation techniques for complex structure models and to study dimension reduction techniques based on non linear data analysis. (inria.fr)
- The proposed data-based models, associated methodologies and analysis are illustrated using the monitoring data from the Great Belt Bridge (Denmark). (surrey.ac.uk)
- In a world increasingly driven by data analysis, designers, digital media artists and animators provide essential tools for users. (theglobeandmail.com)
- The iCity project led by Eric Miller at the University of Toronto (in partnership with OCAD University, University of Waterloo and many stakeholders and industry partners, such as IBM, ESRI and Cellant) is providing sophisticated data-analysis and visualization tools for transportation planning. (theglobeandmail.com)
- His methodology and the statistical analysis have been criticised by mathematicians. (wikipedia.org)
- The department also hosts the UKCRN accredited King's Clinical Trials Unit which provides randomisation, data management, analysis and trial management - all of which are available to researchers across King's Health Partners. (wikipedia.org)
- While the determination of D ( h ) {\displaystyle D(h)} calls for some exhaustive local analysis of the data, which would result in difficult and numerically unstable calculations, the estimation of the ζ ( q ) {\displaystyle \zeta (q)} relies on the use of statistical averages and linear regressions in log-log diagrams. (wikipedia.org)
- Data analysis. (wikipedia.org)
- The codification and analysis steps are typically performed by computer, using statistical software. (wikipedia.org)
- In any instance, an appropriate type of statistical analysis should take account of the various types of error that may arise, as outlined below. (wikipedia.org)
- The first 10 scales are neither a consequence of a preconceived personality theory nor just a result of statistical data reduction (factor analysis etc.) but based on theoretically founded personality traits. (wikipedia.org)

###### Mathematical

- Mathematical model simulations indicate that this pattern of behaviour could explain the greater excess mortality that was recorded among males, given a recent - last 4-5 years - escalation of the HIV epidemic in rural areas. (clinicaltrials.gov)
- Mathematical model projections, based on our understanding of the predominant behaviour pattern and fitted to observed trends in HIV prevalence, also indicate that further increases in adult and early childhood mortality are to be expected. (clinicaltrials.gov)
- The paradox is used in mathematical statistics teaching to illustrate the care statisticians need to take when interpreting data. (wikipedia.org)
- Although there are several different probability interpretations, probability theory treats the concept in a rigorous mathematical manner by expressing it through a set of axioms. (wikipedia.org)
- Freedman was a fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and the American Statistical Association and an elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. (wikipedia.org)

###### violent

- Forensic Mental Health Science is the study of antisocial, violent, and criminal behaviours among people with mental disorders. (wikipedia.org)

###### descriptive statistics

- Data was analysed using descriptive statistics and thematically approach through SPSS version 24 and Atlas.ti version 9. (journals.co.za)

###### Differences

- Our results reveal how predation can shape the social interactions of individuals in groups, ultimately driving differences in groups' collective behaviour. (royalsocietypublishing.org)
- The data also demonstrated the existence and importance of the great individual differences and the need of keeping in mind the statistic approach and very careful interpretation of subtle stressors, whenever these differences appear clearly and may eventually induce to an interpretative error. (usp.br)

###### evolution

- At Sussex, you're taught by experts in the behaviour, conservation and evolution of animals - from white sharks and spider monkeys to ants and cuttlefish - who will inspire your passion for the subject. (sussex.ac.uk)
- Interestingly, the ζ ( q ) {\displaystyle \zeta (q)} receives some statistical interpretation as they characterize the evolution of the distributions of the T X ( a ) {\displaystyle T_{X}(a)} as a {\displaystyle a} goes from larger to smaller scales. (wikipedia.org)
- This evolution is often called statistical intermittency and betrays a departure from Gaussian models. (wikipedia.org)

###### displaystyle

- Given a set of points in time t {\displaystyle t} , and data values y t {\displaystyle y_{t}} observed for those points in time, values of a {\displaystyle a} and b {\displaystyle b} are chosen so that ∑ t [ y t − ( a ^ t + b ^ ) ] 2 {\displaystyle \sum _{t}[y_{t}-({\hat {a}}t+{\hat {b}})]^{2}} is minimized. (wikipedia.org)

###### methodology

- A methodology for probabilistic fatigue life prediction is then developed by integrating the different data-based models within an S-N fatigue reliability framework. (surrey.ac.uk)
- The department provides both introductory and advanced training in applied statistical methodology, collaborate on studies of mental health based here and internationally, and undertake research in relevant applied methodology. (wikipedia.org)

###### assessment

- Data-based models for assessment and life prediction of monitored civil infrastructure assets. (surrey.ac.uk)
- Motivated by this, the research presented herein is devoted to the development of data-based models and associated methodologies for monitoring data interpretation, assessment and probabilistic life prediction in the specific area of fatigue reliability of welded joints in orthotropic steel decks. (surrey.ac.uk)

###### observations

- If an individual series of observations is generated from simulations that employ a given variance of noise that equals the observed variance of our data series of interest, and a given length (say, 100 points), a large number of such simulated series (say, 100,000 series) can be generated. (wikipedia.org)
- This can be due to incidental systematic error or flaws in the theory that generated an assumed family of probability distributions, or it may be that some observations are far from the center of the data. (wikipedia.org)
- In the case of normally distributed data, the three sigma rule means that roughly 1 in 22 observations will differ by twice the standard deviation or more from the mean, and 1 in 370 will deviate by three times the standard deviation. (wikipedia.org)
- The model overfits the particular data or observations rather than fitting a generalizable pattern in a general population. (wikipedia.org)

###### methodologies

- The NZCASS 2014 features "Improvements in methodologies, systems and statistical processes help make statistics more complete, accurate and useful. (wikipedia.org)

###### healthy

- Even though it is never too late to change behaviour, it is preferable to have a healthy diet and be physically active from an early age in order to promote optimal growth and development. (springer.com)

###### Thus

- Thus, cognitive biases may sometimes lead to perceptual distortion, inaccurate judgment, illogical interpretation, or what is broadly called irrationality. (wikipedia.org)
- Interpretivist social scientists, by contrast, may use social critique or symbolic interpretation rather than constructing empirically falsifiable theories, and thus treat science in its broader sense. (wikipedia.org)

###### describe

- This model can then be used to describe the behaviour of the observed data, without explaining it. (wikipedia.org)
- We can describe data as one of the remarkable new materials of the 21st century - as important to our future as water. (theglobeandmail.com)

###### largely

- Data is largely dependent upon reporting and recording practices, and is unlikely to accurately represent the incidence of domestic violence against women in New Zealand. (wikipedia.org)

###### indicate

- Women with HIV infection are reported as having lower fertility than other women in Ugandan studies and results from our research in Manicaland indicate that behaviour changes which would tend to re-enforce the existing decline in birth rates may be beginning to occur . (clinicaltrials.gov)
- Outlier points can therefore indicate faulty data, erroneous procedures, or areas where a certain theory might not be valid. (wikipedia.org)
- As illustrated in this case, outliers may indicate data points that belong to a different population than the rest of the sample set. (wikipedia.org)

###### implications

- There are implications for privacy that require that we understand the connections of our small data and Big Data. (theglobeandmail.com)

###### spectrum

- Here, I present the interpretation that the peak in the photon spectrum can be attributed to the black-body emission of the photosphere of the outflow, having a temperature of approximately 10 9 K. An additional non-thermal spectral component can be attributed to additional dissipation of the kinetic energy in the outflow. (royalsocietypublishing.org)

###### humans

- Generalist host feeding behaviours can also contribute to the spread of viral zoonotic diseases of which humans are incidental hosts, such as West Nile Virus and Japanese encephalitis. (biomedcentral.com)
- Are you interested in developing and using new ways of capturing, processing and understanding the behaviour of humans or animals? (ncl.ac.uk)
- Here's the challenge: For humans, data are meaningless without curation, interpretation and representation. (theglobeandmail.com)
- OCAD University faculty, researchers and students are among those exploring data visualization's potential to provide meaningful interfaces among data, databases, machines and humans. (theglobeandmail.com)

###### framework

- The theory of planned behaviour offers a framework in which to investigate clinicians' intention to perform the behaviour of interest. (biomedcentral.com)

###### researchers

- We are looking for exceptional candidates to be the new generation of Behaviour Informatics researchers. (ncl.ac.uk)

###### epidemiology

- In addition to his work in forensic statistics, Freedman had a broad impact on the application of statistics to important medical, social, and public policy issues, such as clinical trials, epidemiology, economic models, and the interpretation of scientific experiments and observational studies. (wikipedia.org)

###### Interestingly

- Interestingly, the thermal component exhibits a recurring behaviour over emission pulse structures. (royalsocietypublishing.org)

###### study

- This study adds to our knowledge regarding the temporal development of health behaviours and weight status in school children. (springer.com)
- Study record managers: refer to the Data Element Definitions if submitting registration or results information. (clinicaltrials.gov)

###### citation needed

- citation needed] Overfitting occurs when a statistical model fits the noise rather than the signal. (wikipedia.org)

###### significance

- They found serious errors in all parts and deny any statistical significance after the necessary corrections in his data. (wikipedia.org)
- Test the results for statistical significance. (wikipedia.org)

###### Results

- These 100,000 series can then be analysed individually to calculate estimated trends in each series, and these results establish a distribution of estimated trends that are to be expected from such random data - see diagram. (wikipedia.org)
- Statistical bias results from an unfair sampling of a population, or from an estimation process that does not give accurate results on average. (wikipedia.org)
- Two major results in probability theory describing such behaviour are the law of large numbers and the central limit theorem. (wikipedia.org)
- Two of his earlier results (1963 and 1965) investigate whether or not and under what circumstances a Bayesian learning approach is consistent, i.e. when does the prior converge to the true probability distribution given sufficiently many observed data. (wikipedia.org)

###### mechanics

- John Lennard-Jones and Corner published (1940) a derivation of the equation by means of statistical mechanics. (wikipedia.org)

###### computational

- These interpretive skills stand side by side with general literacy, numeracy, statistical analytics, computational skills and cognitive science. (theglobeandmail.com)

###### different

- Each student and project will have supervisors from different disciplines, one with more expertise in Behaviour and one with more expertise in Informatics. (ncl.ac.uk)
- During that first year, students will also undertake three taster projects to find out more about different areas of Behaviour Informatics. (ncl.ac.uk)

###### search

- Every time we search for an online movie, view a video on our mobile device, tweet a comment about a news article, upload a photo to Instagram or are directed to a new location in Pokemon Go , we are producing and responding to data. (theglobeandmail.com)

###### changes

- Birth rates are declining in rural areas of Zimbabwe at present and the HIV epidemic may re-enforce this decline through changes in behaviour or underlying fecundity . (clinicaltrials.gov)

###### context

- In the context of another Idex project named Grenoble Data Institut e , two 2-years multi-disciplinary projects were granted in November 2017 to Mistis in collaboration respectively with Team Necs from Inria and Gipsa-lab (DATASAFE project: understanding Data Accidents for TrAffic SAFEty) and with IPAG and Univ. (inria.fr)
- an innate immune reply more effective and neurochemistry denoting cohibition of impulsive behaviours, allowing more adjusted choices in the context of social confrontation This reaction turned the organisms more active and efficient, in an example of the positive aspect of stress reaction. (usp.br)

###### perform

- This evaluation, informed by the theory of planned behaviour, has provided useful insights into factors that influence clinician intentions to perform evidence-based bowel management practices in intensive care. (biomedcentral.com)

###### consistent

- Data are consistent with alternative hypotheses. (wikipedia.org)

###### complexity

- Just how consistency can be checked depends on the complexity of the data. (springer.com)
- However, this powerful and flexible approach can still be restricted by necessary simplifying assumptions and several generic sources of complexity in data. (inria.fr)

###### assumptions

- But that is not always so, and it behoves the analyst to check consistency of the data with the assumptions. (springer.com)

###### temperature

- We are proud that they decided to choose our smart WS501 compact weather station (All-in-one) for measurement of the meteorlogical parameters.With the integration of the smart weather sensor WS501-UMB the calibration vehicle can provide accurate data about air temperature, relative humidity, global radiation, air pressure, wind direction and wind speed.The National Agency. (environmental-expert.com)
- The temperature dependence of the surface tension can be plotted for all liquids in a way that the data collapses to a single master curve. (wikipedia.org)

###### Research

- Further research is required to explore the influence of opinion leaders and organizational culture on clinicians' behaviour intentions related to bowel management for intensive care patients. (biomedcentral.com)
- This department provides advice in the interpretation and use of statistical techniques in psychological research. (wikipedia.org)
- The department's research focuses on antisocial behaviour as it appears in people with either major mental disorders or personality disorders. (wikipedia.org)

###### useful

- In particular, it may be useful to determine if measurements exhibit an increasing or decreasing trend which is statistically distinguished from random behaviour. (wikipedia.org)
- Before considering trends in real data, it is useful to understand trends in random data. (wikipedia.org)

###### approach

- clearly such a constructed series would be trend-free, so as with the approach of using simulated data these series can be used to generate borderline trend values V and −V. In the above discussion the distribution of trends was calculated by simulation, from a large number of trials. (wikipedia.org)

###### scientific

- Batyr's case was also included in several books on animal behaviour, and in the proceedings of several scientific conferences. (wikipedia.org)
- Batyr's lexicon list was compiled from audiovisual records, scientific researches and statistical data from eyewitnesses who heard the elephant themselves. (wikipedia.org)

###### however

- Despite an increase in clinicians' knowledge scores, our implementation strategy did not, however, significantly change clinician behaviour intentions for all three bowel management practices. (biomedcentral.com)

###### knowledge

- Addressing factors such as knowledge, attitudes and beliefs can assist in targeting implementation strategies to positively affect clinician behaviour change. (biomedcentral.com)

###### patterns

- Data are measurements of other things: physical phenomena (such as weather patterns) or virtual phenomena (such as telecommunications packets). (theglobeandmail.com)
- This can often lead to people seeing clusters or patterns in data sometimes inadvertently to prove their ideas. (wikipedia.org)

###### Often

- The data collection steps, can in some instances be automated, but often require significant manpower to undertake. (wikipedia.org)

###### model

- Monitoring data were used to specify time-series model parameters for the main drivers of fatigue damage in such structures, namely pavement temperatures and heavy traffic intensities, which influence the stress range distributions at critical locations. (surrey.ac.uk)
- Given a set of data and the desire to produce some kind of model of those data, there are a variety of functions that can be chosen for the fit. (wikipedia.org)

###### generate

- to generate descriptive numerical data that were used to compare the two groups. (journals.co.za)

###### measurements

- When a series of measurements of a process are treated as a time series, trend estimation can be used to make and justify statements about tendencies in the data, by relating the measurements to the times at which they occurred. (wikipedia.org)

###### Journal

- 1968. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B 30: 248-275. (springer.com)
- and published it in the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society in 1951 at Bartlett's request because Bartlett wanted to refer to it. (wikipedia.org)
- Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B. 13: 238-241. (wikipedia.org)

###### describe the behaviour

- For particles much larger or much smaller than the wavelength of the scattered light there are simple and excellent approximations that suffice to describe the behaviour of the system. (wikipedia.org)
- This model can then be used to describe the behaviour of the observed data, without explaining it. (wikipedia.org)

###### Quantum

- Quantum mechanics and various interpretations thereof pose a serious challenge to this view. (wikipedia.org)
- resolutions of the paradox have important implications for the interpretation of quantum mechanics. (wikipedia.org)

###### results

- Considering both studies, results showed consistently the expected relations of larger mindfulness skills going together with a smaller cognitive interpretation bias and lower levels of depression and anxiety symptoms. (springer.com)
- These 100,000 series can then be analysed individually to calculate estimated trends in each series, and these results establish a distribution of estimated trends that are to be expected from such random data - see diagram. (wikipedia.org)
- For soil resources, experience has shown that a natural system approach to classification, i.e. grouping soils by their intrinsic property (soil morphology), behaviour, or genesis, results in classes that can be interpreted for many diverse uses. (wikipedia.org)

###### system

- Despite these differences, in a well-constructed system, classification criteria group similar concepts so that interpretations do not vary widely. (wikipedia.org)

###### studies

- In two studies, a possible mediation effect was tested of cognitive interpretation bias in the relation between respectively dispositional mindfulness and acceptance, on the one hand, and symptoms of depression and anxiety, on the other hand. (springer.com)

###### particular

- 2011 present aura x data of the extension needed in airway rights own 23 27 1982 after normative journey in particular interests and discourses. (cdmw.de)
- In particular, it may be useful to determine if measurements exhibit an increasing or decreasing trend which is statistically distinguished from random behaviour. (wikipedia.org)
- Robbins describes the definition as not classificatory in "pick[ing] out certain kinds of behaviour" but rather analytical in "focus[ing] attention on a particular aspect of behaviour, the form imposed by the influence of scarcity. (wikipedia.org)

###### events

- Although the general theory of single channel behaviour was completed in 1982, it could not be used in practice for fitting mechanisms to data, because the recording apparatus is incapable of detecting events shorter than, at best, about 20 microseconds. (wikipedia.org)

###### attention

- Research has indeed demonstrated the significance of biased attention and interpretation in the development and maintenance of psychopathology such as anxiety disorders and depression (e.g. (springer.com)
- Congruently, reduction in attention and interpretation biases is found to decrease psychopathological symptoms (e.g. (springer.com)
- 2015 ). Mindfulness practice is associated with a "beginner's mind," which refers to the ability to observe each experience as something new, without any attention or interpretation bias (Bishop et al. (springer.com)

###### physical

- The fine-structure constant, α, has several physical interpretations. (wikipedia.org)
- This is Sommerfeld's original physical interpretation. (wikipedia.org)

###### Although

- Retrospective evaluations are usually conducted after the implementation phase and may exploit existing survey data, although the best evaluations will collect data as close to baseline as possible, to ensure comparability of intervention and comparison groups. (wikipedia.org)

###### length

- It is a review length between the interaction--a data and pertaining sofas and server. (cdmw.de)
- If an individual series of observations is generated from simulations that employ a given variance of noise that equals the observed variance of our data series of interest, and a given length (say, 100 points), a large number of such simulated series (say, 100,000 series) can be generated. (wikipedia.org)