###### Bayesian

- Hierarchical Bayesian extensions of MPT models explicitly account for participant heterogeneity by assuming that the individual parameters follow a continuous hierarchical distribution. (springer.com)
- Instead, we use a hierarchical Bayesian approach which enforces sharing of statistical strength across the different parts of the model. (ed.ac.uk)
- To make computations with the model efficient, and to better model the power-law statistics often observed in sequence data, we use a Bayesian nonparametric prior called the Pitman-Yor process as building blocks in the hierarchical model. (ed.ac.uk)
- The performance of these manifold Monte Carlo methods is assessed on Mixture models, logistic regression models, log-Gaussian Cox point processes, stochastic volatility models and Bayesian estimation of dynamic systems described by non-linear differential equations. (ed.ac.uk)
- Continuous-Time Bayesian networks is a compact modeling language for multi-component processes that evolve continuously over time. (ed.ac.uk)
- We propose a Bayesian semiparametric joint regression model for a recurrent event process and survival time. (stanford.edu)
- A robust Bayesian model is obtained by assuming a Dirichlet process for the frailty distribution. (stanford.edu)
- A simulation study is presented that compares posterior estimates under the joint model to simpler Bayesian models that ignore either the recurrent event process or survival time, and also to a frequentist joint model. (stanford.edu)
- The simulations show that the proposed Bayesian joint model does a good job of correcting for treatment assignment bias, is robust to a mild violation of the frailty model assumption, and has favorable estimation reliability and accuracy compared with each of the Bayesian sub-models and the frequentist joint model. (stanford.edu)
- A Bayesian semiparametric joint hierarchical model for longitudinal and survival data. (stanford.edu)
- This statistical model enables us to counterbalance the variability induced by small sample sizes and to embed the estimation in a Bayesian framework. (irit.fr)
- The multifractal analysis of multivariate images is then addressed by generalizing this Bayesian framework to hierarchical models able to account for the assumption that multifractal properties evolve smoothly in the dataset. (irit.fr)
- In the Bayesian approach to implementing, testing, and using cognitive models, assumptions can influence both the likelihood function of the model, usually corresponding to assumptions about psychological processes, and the prior distribution over model parameters, usually corresponding to assumptions about the psychological variables that influence those processes. (springer.com)
- The specification of the prior is unique to the Bayesian context, but often raises concerns that lead to the use of vague or non-informative priors in cognitive modeling. (springer.com)
- The Bayesian approach offers the additional possibility of expressing assumptions in the prior distribution over the parameters. (springer.com)
- Even those who advocate Bayesian methods in cognitive modeling sometimes regard the need to specify a prior as a cost that must be borne to reap the benefits of complete and coherent inference. (springer.com)
- non-parametric hierarchical Bayesian models, such as models based on the Dirichlet process, which allow the number of latent variables to grow as necessary to fit the data, but where individual variables still follow parametric distributions and even the process controlling the rate of growth of latent variables follows a parametric distribution. (wikipedia.org)
- Bayesian hierarchical modelling is a statistical model written in multiple levels (hierarchical form) that estimates the parameters of the posterior distribution using the Bayesian method. (wikipedia.org)
- Frequentist statistics, the more popular foundation of statistics, has been known to contradict Bayesian statistics due to the Bayesian treatment of the parameters as random variables and its use of subjective information in establishing assumptions on these parameters. (wikipedia.org)
- Generalized filtering is a generic Bayesian filtering scheme for nonlinear state-space models. (wikipedia.org)
- In this setting, free energy provides an (upper bound) approximation to Bayesian model evidence. (wikipedia.org)

###### independently and identically distributed

- Traditionally, data are aggregated across participants and analyzed under the assumption of independently and identically distributed observations. (springer.com)

###### Inference

- We introduce a general technique for making statistical inference from clustering tools applied to gene expression microarray data. (pnas.org)
- Statistical inference is based on the application of a randomization technique, bootstrapping. (pnas.org)
- However, another question that is at least as important has received less attention: How does one make statistical inference based on the results of clustering? (pnas.org)
- The authors develop binomial-beta hierarchical models for ecological inference using insights from the literature on hierarchical models based on Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithms and King's ecological inference model. (harvard.edu)
- Ecological inference is a large and very important area for applications that is especially rich with open statistical questions. (harvard.edu)
- Nonparametric statistics includes both descriptive statistics and statistical inference. (wikipedia.org)
- When a system actively samples outcomes to minimise free energy, it implicitly performs active inference and maximises the evidence for its (generative) model. (wikipedia.org)

###### Markov-chain

- TreeBUGS reads standard MPT model files and obtains Markov-chain Monte Carlo samples that approximate the posterior distribution. (springer.com)
- We set up a transmission model for which parameters are estimated from the data via Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling. (pnas.org)
- Here, we set up a transmission model for which parameters are estimated from the data via Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling and data augmentation techniques ( Materials and Methods and SI Materials and Methods ). (pnas.org)

###### probability

- For both data-analytic and cognitive models, the likelihood is the function that gives the probability of observed data for a given set of parameter values. (springer.com)
- These include, among others: distribution free methods, which do not rely on assumptions that the data are drawn from a given probability distribution. (wikipedia.org)
- Numerous statistical applications involve multiple parameters that can be regarded as related or connected in such a way that the problem implies dependence of the joint probability model for these parameters. (wikipedia.org)
- In order to make updated probability statements about θ j {\displaystyle \theta _{j}} , given the occurrence of event y, we must begin with a model providing a joint probability distribution for θ j {\displaystyle \theta _{j}} and y. (wikipedia.org)
- The research presented cuts across the disciplines of Operations Management, Operations Research, System and Control Theory, Industrial Engineering, Probability and Statistic, and Applied Mathematics. (wikipedia.org)
- In this model, the probability for an event to trigger another one primarily depends on their separating space and time distances, as well as on the magnitude of the triggering event, so that seismicity is then governed by a set of seven parameters. (wikipedia.org)
- It appears that children can detect the statistical probability of certain sounds occurring with one another, and use this to parse out word boundaries. (wikipedia.org)

###### regression model

- Our method involves multiply imputing the missing items and questions by adding to existing methods of imputation designed for single surveys a hierarchical regression model that allows covariates at the individual and survey levels. (harvard.edu)

###### hypothesis

- Topics include an introduction to the basic two-level model for continuous outcomes, assessment of fit, checking model assumptions, single and multiparameter hypothesis testing, the extension to three-level models, and nonlinear models for binary outcomes. (umich.edu)
- Data Analysis : Data Analysis is the process of inspecting, cleaning and modelling data with the objective of discovering useful information, arriving at conclusion Statistics : Statistical Analysis enables to validate the assumptions, hypothesis and test them using standard statistical models. (wikipedia.org)

###### Markovian

- As opposed to most other sequence models, our model does not make any Markovian assumptions. (ed.ac.uk)
- Kalman-Bucy or particle) filtering, generalized filtering eschews Markovian assumptions about random fluctuations. (wikipedia.org)

###### distributions

- However, flexible and user-friendly software is not yet available to analyze MPT models with continuous hierarchical distributions. (springer.com)
- This model, which provides a tool for comparative politics research analagous to that which regression analysis provides in the American two-party context, can be used to explain or predict how geographic distributions of electoral results depend upon economic conditions, neighborhood ethnic compositions, campaign spending, and other features of the election campaign or aggregate areas. (harvard.edu)
- nonparametric statistics (in the sense of a statistic over data, which is defined to be a function on a sample that has no dependency on a parameter), whose interpretation does not depend on the population fitting any parameterised distributions. (wikipedia.org)
- In these techniques, individual variables are typically assumed to belong to parametric distributions, and assumptions about the types of connections among variables are also made. (wikipedia.org)
- By assuming different distributions of y ∣ u {\displaystyle y\mid u} and u {\displaystyle u} , and using different functions of g {\displaystyle g} and ' v {\displaystyle v} , we will be able to obtain different models. (wikipedia.org)
- In hierarchical generalized linear models, the distributions of random effect u {\displaystyle u} do not necessarily follow normal distribution. (wikipedia.org)

###### critical assumptions

- The assumptions underlying each analysis are emphasized, and the reader is shown how to test the critical assumptions using SPSS or SAS. (ecampus.com)
- According to Pinker, semantic bootstrapping requires two critical assumptions to hold true: A child must be able to perceive meaning from utterances. (wikipedia.org)

###### priors

- We survey several sources of information that can help to specify priors for cognitive models, discuss some of the methods by which this information can be formalized in a prior distribution, and identify a number of benefits of including informative priors in cognitive modeling. (springer.com)
- We believe failing to give sufficient attention to specifying priors is unfortunate, and potentially limits what cognitive modeling can achieve. (springer.com)
- Moreover, the model has proven to be robust, with the posterior distribution less sensitive to the more flexible hierarchical priors. (wikipedia.org)

###### robust

- This point is relevant even to something as seemingly innocuous as hierarchical modeling or robust fitting. (andrewgelman.com)
- Also, due to the reliance on fewer assumptions, non-parametric methods are more robust. (wikipedia.org)
- A key benefit of this approach is the aggregation of information leading to a higher statistical power and more robust point estimate than is possible from the measure derived from any individual study. (wikipedia.org)

###### stochastic processes

- This is a ubiquitous measure of roughness in the theory of stochastic processes. (wikipedia.org)

###### methods

- Evaluating the impact of different social networks on the spread of respiratory diseases has been limited by a lack of detailed data on transmission outside the household setting as well as appropriate statistical methods. (pnas.org)
- The key statistical assumptions have not been empirically tested and, indeed, turn out to be effectively untestable with exiting methods and data. (harvard.edu)
- Under Race to the Top and other programs advocating for better methods of evaluating teacher performance, districts have looked to value-added modeling as a supplement to observing teachers in classrooms. (wikipedia.org)
- Louisiana legislator Frank A. Hoffmann introduced a bill to authorize the use of value-added modeling techniques in the state's public schools as a means to reward strong teachers and to identify successful pedagogical methods, as well as providing a means to provide additional professional development for those teachers identified as weaker than others. (wikipedia.org)
- As non-parametric methods make fewer assumptions, their applicability is much wider than the corresponding parametric methods. (wikipedia.org)
- However, Bayesians argue that relevant information regarding decision making and updating beliefs cannot be ignored and that hierarchical modeling has the potential to overrule classical methods in applications where respondents give multiple observational data. (wikipedia.org)
- Here it is convenient to follow the terminology used by the Cochrane Collaboration, and use "meta-analysis" to refer to statistical methods of combining evidence, leaving other aspects of 'research synthesis' or 'evidence synthesis', such as combining information from qualitative studies, for the more general context of systematic reviews. (wikipedia.org)
- Structured sparsity regularization is a class of methods, and an area of research in statistical learning theory, that extend and generalize sparsity regularization learning methods. (wikipedia.org)
- Both sparsity and structured sparsity regularization methods seek to exploit the assumption that the output variable Y {\displaystyle Y} (i.e., response, or dependent variable) to be learned can be described by a reduced number of variables in the input space X {\displaystyle X} (i.e., the domain, space of features or explanatory variables). (wikipedia.org)
- Structured sparsity regularization methods generalize and extend sparsity regularization methods, by allowing for optimal selection over structures like groups or networks of input variables in X {\displaystyle X} . Common motivation for the use of structured sparsity methods are model interpretability, high-dimensional learning (where dimensionality of X {\displaystyle X} may be higher than the number of observations n {\displaystyle n} ), and reduction of computational complexity. (wikipedia.org)
- Moreover, structured sparsity methods allow to incorporate prior assumptions on the structure of the input variables, such as overlapping groups, non-overlapping groups, and acyclic graphs. (wikipedia.org)
- Examples of uses of structured sparsity methods include face recognition, magnetic resonance image (MRI) processing, socio-linguistic analysis in natural language processing, and analysis of genetic expression in breast cancer. (wikipedia.org)
- Statistical Methods for psychology include development and application statistical theory and methods for modeling psychological data. (wikipedia.org)
- These models use the genetic information already obtained through methods such as phylogenetics to determine the route that evolution has taken and when evolutionary events occurred. (wikipedia.org)
- The Expectation-maximization algorithm (EM) is also one of the most practical methods for learning latent variable models. (wikipedia.org)

###### parameters

- Moreover, fitting separate models per participant is often not possible due to insufficient numbers of individual responses, which prevents a reliable estimation of model parameters. (springer.com)
- From signals, the statistical descriptive parameters are obtained and a map of its distribution is calculated. (google.de)
- The first limitation is tackled by introducing a generic statistical model for the logarithm of wavelet leaders, parametrized by multifractal parameters of interest. (irit.fr)
- The key difference is the interpretation of the model likelihood and parameters. (springer.com)
- In these models, parameters have generic interpretations, like locations and scales. (springer.com)
- It is natural to interpret the parameters in cognitive models as psychological variables like memory capacities, attention weights, or learning rates. (springer.com)
- Even when a cognitive model uses a likelihood function consistent with GLMs-for example, modeling choice probabilities as weighted linear combinations of stimulus attributes-it is natural to interpret the likelihood as corresponding to cognitive processes, because of the psychological interpretability of the parameters. (springer.com)
- In order to make the model identifiable, we need to impose constraints on parameters. (wikipedia.org)
- Sornette's group is currently pushing the model to its limits by allowing space and time variations of its parameters. (wikipedia.org)
- Generalized filtering furnishes posterior densities over hidden states (and parameters) generating observed data using a generalized gradient descent on variational free energy, under the Laplace assumption. (wikipedia.org)
- In the method of moments, the unknown parameters (of interest) in the model are related to the moments of one or more random variables, and thus, these unknown parameters can be estimated given the moments. (wikipedia.org)
- In particular, the method of moments is shown to be effective in learning the parameters of latent variable models. (wikipedia.org)
- In the topic modeling, the words in the document are generated according to different statistical parameters when the topic of the document is changed. (wikipedia.org)
- It is shown that method of moments (tensor decomposition techniques) consistently recover the parameters of a large class of latent variable models under some assumptions. (wikipedia.org)
- However, it can get stuck in local optima, and it is not guaranteed that the algorithm will converge to the true unknown parameters of the model. (wikipedia.org)

###### parameter

- We've done some work on the logistic regression ("3-parameter Rasch") model , and it might be helpful to see some references to other approaches. (andrewgelman.com)
- 2) our setup maps directly onto the 2 parameter IRT model from educational testing, about which much is known… In this sense our approach is a little more model-driven than data-driven (i.e., contrast naive MDS or factor analysis or clustering etc). (andrewgelman.com)
- Traditionally, MPT models are fitted using data aggregated across participants (i.e., summed response frequencies) to obtain a sufficiently large number of observations for parameter estimation and for a high statistical power of goodness-of-fit tests. (springer.com)
- The methodology proposed exploits the Riemann geometry of the parameter space of statistical models and thus automatically adapts to the local structure when simulating paths across this manifold, providing highly efficient convergence and exploration of the target density. (ed.ac.uk)
- In the standard frequentist approach, assumptions can only be used to specify the likelihood, and, less commonly, the bounds of the parameter space. (springer.com)
- Thus taking reliable account of parameter and model uncertainty is crucial, perhaps even more so than for standard statistical models, yet this is an area that has received little attention from statisticians. (wikipedia.org)
- There are different ways to obtain parameter estimates for a hierarchical generalized linear model. (wikipedia.org)
- The difficulty parameter is called b. the two important assumptions are local independence and unidimensionality. (wikipedia.org)
- They are one parameter logistic model, two parameter logistic model and three parameter logistic model. (wikipedia.org)
- The ART model allows the number of clusters to vary with problem size and lets the user control the degree of similarity between members of the same clusters by means of a user-defined constant called the vigilance parameter. (wikipedia.org)

###### displaystyle

- The usual starting point of a statistical analysis is the assumption that the n values y n {\displaystyle y_{n}} are exchangeable. (wikipedia.org)
- In this hierarchical generalized linear model, the fixed effect is described by β {\displaystyle \beta } , which is the same for all observations. (wikipedia.org)
- If the distribution of u {\displaystyle u} is normal and the link function of v {\displaystyle v} is the identity function, then hierarchical generalized linear model is the same as GLMM. (wikipedia.org)
- For example, if the distribution of y ∣ u {\displaystyle y\mid u} is Poisson with certain mean, the distribution of u {\displaystyle u} is Gamma, and canonical log link is used, then we call the model Poisson conjugate HGLM. (wikipedia.org)
- If y ∣ u {\displaystyle y\mid u} follows binomial distribution with certain mean, u {\displaystyle u} has the conjugate beta distribution, and canonical logit link is used, then we call the model Beta conjugate model. (wikipedia.org)
- This intersection of complements selection criteria implies the modeling choice that we allow some coefficients within a particular group g {\displaystyle g} to be set to zero, while others within the same group g {\displaystyle g} may remain positive. (wikipedia.org)
- m ) {\displaystyle p({\tilde {s}}(t)\vert m)} to compare different models. (wikipedia.org)

###### ANOVA

- Analysis of variance (ANOVA): A mathematical process for separating the variability of a group of observations into assignable causes and setting up various significance tests. (wikipedia.org)

###### Bayes

- Bridge sampling is an impoverished method that only gives Bayes factors for overlapping models. (ed.ac.uk)
- In the model, this circuit computes probabilities that considered alternatives are correct, according to Bayes' theorem. (ed.ac.uk)
- The sub-models combine to form the hierarchical model, and Bayes' theorem is used to integrate them with the observed data and account for all the uncertainty that is present. (wikipedia.org)

###### theoretical

- My experience is that anything too data-driven in this field tends to run into trouble within political science because it while it is one thing to toss more elaborate statistical setups at the roll call data, they tend to lack the clear theoretical underpinnings of the Euclidean spatial voting model. (andrewgelman.com)
- They provide a way of formalizing available information and making theoretical assumptions, enabling the evaluation of the assumptions by empirical evidence, and applying what is learned to make more complete model-based inferences and predictions. (springer.com)
- The directional and proximity models offer dramatically different theories for how voters make decisions and fundamentally divergent views of the supposed microfoundations on which vast bodies of literature in theoretical rational choice and empirical political behavior have been built. (harvard.edu)
- We demonstrate here that the empirical tests in the large and growing body of literature on this subject amount to theoretical debates about which statistical assumption is right. (harvard.edu)
- Sornette's group has contributed significantly to the theoretical development and study of the properties of the now standard Epidemic Type Aftershock Sequence (ETAS) model. (wikipedia.org)

###### estimates

- This article also provides an example of a hierarchical model in which the statistical idea of "borrowing strength" is used not merely to increase the efficiency of the estimates but to enable the data analyst to obtain estimates. (harvard.edu)
- Conceptually, a meta-analysis uses a statistical approach to combine the results from multiple studies in an effort to increase power (over individual studies), improve estimates of the size of the effect and/or to resolve uncertainty when reports disagree. (wikipedia.org)

###### Poisson

- Recent works have considered using a generalized linear model (GLM) based on the Poisson distribution [log-linear graphical model Allen and Liu (2012) or hierarchical Poisson log-normal model Gallopin et al. (deepdyve.com)

###### data

- Just a couple of general comments: (1) Any model that makes probabilistic predictions can be judged on its own terms by comparing to actual data. (andrewgelman.com)
- The paper is mostly about computation but it has an interesting discussion of some general ideas about how to model this sort of data. (andrewgelman.com)
- What behavioral/political assumptions or processes suggest that we ought to do this when we model the data? (andrewgelman.com)
- Multinomial processing tree (MPT) models are a class of measurement models that account for categorical data by assuming a finite number of underlying cognitive processes. (springer.com)
- However, the aggregation of data is only justified under the assumption that observations are identically and independently distributed (i.i.d.) for all participants and items. (springer.com)
- or time-use data) but then makes assumptions about how transmission rates change with the type of interaction (e.g., as a function of the setting and the spatial or social distance between individuals, etc. (pnas.org)
- Validating these assumptions can be challenging due to the scarcity of appropriate epidemiological data. (pnas.org)
- Printouts with annotations from SAS or SPSS show how to process the data for each analysis. (ecampus.com)
- Although this phenomenon is appreciated by many population geneticists, many modern statistical approaches for analyzing genotype data ignore one of these two components. (genetics.org)
- In this talk I will present a new approach to modelling sequence data called the sequence memoizer. (ed.ac.uk)
- One way to think of cognitive modeling is as a natural extension of data analysis. (springer.com)
- Both involve developing, testing, and using formal models as accounts of brain and behavioral data. (springer.com)
- Data analysis typically relies on a standard set of statistical models, especially Generalized Linear Models (GLMs) that form the foundations of regression and the analysis of variance. (springer.com)
- For data-analytic models, these likelihoods typically follow from GLMs. (springer.com)
- Their more elaborate interpretation means that cognitive models aim to formalize and use richer information and assumptions than data-analytic models do. (springer.com)
- Our statistical approach, hd-MI, is based on imputation for samples without available RNA-seq data that are considered as missing data but are observed on the secondary dataset. (deepdyve.com)
- The large amount of generated data has created a need for multiple bioinformatics and statistical post-processing of the raw experimental data. (deepdyve.com)
- RNA-seq expression data are count data and are thus discrete so standard GGM models usually used for network inferrence and that are based on Gaussianity assumption are not suited to such data. (deepdyve.com)
- Having a large number of observations is thus a key point for ensuring reliable results in statistical analyses of RNA-seq data Liu et al. (deepdyve.com)
- To illustrate our recommendations, we replicate the results of several published works, showing in each case how the authors' own conclusions can be expressed more sharply and informatively, and, without changing any data or statistical assumptions, how our approach reveals important new information about the research questions at hand. (harvard.edu)
- We then specified a model without this unrealistic assumption and we found that the assumption was not supported, and that all evidence in the data for platforms causing government budgets evaporated. (harvard.edu)
- We also develop diagnostics for checking the fit of the imputation model based on comparing imputed data to nonimputed data. (harvard.edu)
- Typically, the model grows in size to accommodate the complexity of the data. (wikipedia.org)
- In the model a control stream replaces the instruction and data streams of the real system. (wikipedia.org)
- Predictive analytics encompasses a variety of statistical techniques from predictive modelling, machine learning, and data mining that analyze current and historical facts to make predictions about future or otherwise unknown events. (wikipedia.org)
- In business, predictive models exploit patterns found in historical and transactional data to identify risks and opportunities. (wikipedia.org)
- Scoring models process a customer's credit history, loan application, customer data, etc., in order to rank-order individuals by their likelihood of making future credit payments on time. (wikipedia.org)
- It is important to note, however, that the accuracy and usability of results will depend greatly on the level of data analysis and the quality of assumptions. (wikipedia.org)
- Generally, the term predictive analytics is used to mean predictive modeling, "scoring" data with predictive models, and forecasting. (wikipedia.org)
- These disciplines also involve rigorous data analysis, and are widely used in business for segmentation and decision making, but have different purposes and the statistical techniques underlying them vary. (wikipedia.org)
- A learning procedure then generates a model that attempts to meet two sometimes conflicting objectives: Perform as well as possible on the training data, and generalize as well as possible to new data (usually, this means being as simple as possible, for some technical definition of "simple", in accordance with Occam's Razor, discussed below). (wikipedia.org)

###### empirically

- They are different from statistical models (for example linear regression) whose aim is to empirically estimate the relationships between variables. (wikipedia.org)
- The model and some extensions have been empirically tested and are widely used in the marketing literature. (wikipedia.org)

###### procedure

- Aleks Jakulin has come up with his own procedure for hierarchical classification of legislators using roll-call votes and has lots of detail and cool pictures on his website. (andrewgelman.com)
- In this article, we propose a general theory for a sequential procedure for constructing sufficiently narrow confidence intervals for effect sizes (such as correlation coefficient, coefficient of variation, etc.) using smallest possible sample sizes, importantly without specific distributional assumptions. (uncg.edu)

###### latent-trait

- We also propose and implement novel statistical extensions to include continuous and discrete predictors (as either fixed or random effects) in the latent-trait MPT model. (springer.com)
- The modern test theory is based on latent trait model. (wikipedia.org)

###### observational

- The model is applied to analyze an observational dataset from esophageal cancer patients treated with radiation therapy, including recurrent effusions of fluid to the heart or lungs. (stanford.edu)
- Hierarchical modeling is used when information is available on several different levels of observational units. (wikipedia.org)

###### human cognition

- This assumption better reflects the characteristics of human cognition because cognitive processes usually do not work in isolation but function within a network of interrelated competencies and skills. (wikipedia.org)
- Bootstrapping has a strong link to connectionist theories which model human cognition as a system of simple, interconnected networks. (wikipedia.org)

###### correlations

- The spatial and temporal correlations of the map are modeled as well as their dependence on experimental covariables. (google.de)
- In this situation, using generalized linear models and ignoring the correlations may cause problems. (wikipedia.org)

###### dependence

- Mutual information is a measure of the inherent dependence expressed in the joint distribution of X and Y relative to the joint distribution of X and Y under the assumption of independence. (wikipedia.org)

###### framework

- This model provides a framework for designing diagnostic items based on attributes, which links examinees' test performance to specific inferences about examinees' knowledge and skills. (wikipedia.org)
- The hierarchical linear model (HLM) provides a conceptual framework and a flexible set of analytic tools to study a variety of social, political, and developmental processes. (umich.edu)
- Dynare - when the framework is deterministic, can be used for models with the assumption of perfect foresight. (wikipedia.org)

###### covariates

- Assuming independent latent subject frailties, marginal models for each subject are defined for the recurrent event process and survival distribution as functions of the subject's frailty and covariates. (stanford.edu)

###### unified theory

- I don't have any unified theory of these models, and I don't really have any good reason to prefer any of these models to any others. (andrewgelman.com)

###### Moreover

- Moreover, the generalized linear mixed model (GLMM) is a special case of the hierarchical generalized linear model. (wikipedia.org)
- Moreover, the mixed linear model is in fact the normal conjugate HGLM. (wikipedia.org)

###### descriptive

- However, people are increasingly using the term to refer to related analytical disciplines, such as descriptive modeling and decision modeling or optimization. (wikipedia.org)

###### analysis

- if you don't know about it, Doug Rivers has a very nice paper on identification for multidimensional item-response models (with roll call analysis as a special case). (andrewgelman.com)
- The approach utilizes an analysis of variance model to achieve normalization and estimate differential expression of genes across multiple conditions. (pnas.org)
- The AHM also differs from the RSM with respect to the identification of the cognitive attributes and the logic underlying the diagnostic inferences made from the statistical analysis. (wikipedia.org)
- Principled test design encompasses 3 broad stages: cognitive model development test development psychometric analysis. (wikipedia.org)
- Psychometric analysis comprises the third stage in the test design process. (wikipedia.org)
- Value-added modeling (also known as value-added analysis and value-added assessment) is a method of teacher evaluation that measures the teacher's contribution in a given year by comparing the current test scores of their students to the scores of those same students in previous school years, as well as to the scores of other students in the same grade. (wikipedia.org)
- The hierarchical form of analysis and organization helps in the understanding of multiparameter problems and also plays an important role in developing computational strategies. (wikipedia.org)
- A meta-analysis is a statistical analysis that combines the results of multiple scientific studies. (wikipedia.org)
- The statistical theory surrounding meta-analysis was greatly advanced by the work of Nambury S. Raju, Larry V. Hedges, Harris Cooper, Ingram Olkin, John E. Hunter, Jacob Cohen, Thomas C. Chalmers, Robert Rosenthal, Frank L. Schmidt, and Douglas G. Bonett. (wikipedia.org)
- A meta-analysis is a statistical overview of the results from one or more systematic reviews. (wikipedia.org)

###### approaches

- In recent years, several approaches have been developed to account for heterogeneity in MPT models. (springer.com)
- Approaches to unsupervised learning include: Clustering k-means mixture models hierarchical clustering, Anomaly detection Neural Networks Autoencoders Deep Belief Nets Hebbian Learning Generative Adversarial Networks Approaches for learning latent variable models such as Expectation-maximization algorithm (EM) Method of moments Blind signal separation techniques, e.g. (wikipedia.org)
- One of the statistical approaches for unsupervised learning is the method of moments. (wikipedia.org)

###### observations

- In a hierarchical model, observations are grouped into clusters, and the distribution of an observation is determined not only by common structure among all clusters but also by the specific structure of the cluster where this observation belongs. (wikipedia.org)
- A summary of commonly used models are: Hierarchical generalized linear models are used when observations come from different clusters. (wikipedia.org)

###### linear

- Statisticians use hierarchical linear modeling to predict the score for a given student in a given classroom in a given school. (wikipedia.org)
- In statistics, hierarchical generalized linear models (HGLM) extend generalized linear models by relaxing the assumption that error components are independent. (wikipedia.org)
- There are different techniques to fit a hierarchical generalized linear model. (wikipedia.org)

###### different

- Unfortunately, these assumptions are also crucial since changing them leads to different conclusions about voter processes. (harvard.edu)
- So a random effect component, different for different clusters, is introduced into the model. (wikipedia.org)
- As a process, bootstrapping can be divided into different domains, according to whether it involves semantic bootstrapping, syntactic bootstrapping, prosodic bootstrapping, or pragmatic bootstrapping. (wikipedia.org)

###### classification

- The RSM using statistical pattern classification where examinees' observed response patterns are matched to pre-determined response patterns that each correspond to a particular cognitive or knowledge state. (wikipedia.org)
- Notwithstanding these distinctions, the statistical literature now commonly applies the label "non-parametric" to test procedures that we have just termed "distribution-free", thereby losing a useful classification. (wikipedia.org)

###### contrast

- Cognitive models, in contrast, aim to afford more substantive interpretations. (springer.com)
- In contrast, the RSM makes no assumptions regarding the dependencies among the attributes. (wikipedia.org)
- In contrast, the AHM uses an a priori approach to identifying the attributes and specifying their interrelationships in a cognitive model. (wikipedia.org)

###### mathematical

- The architecture system design of the present invention allows for information gathering independent of the mathematical models used and takes into account security settings in the network hosts. (google.com)
- In mathematical modeling, deterministic simulations contain no random variables and no degree of randomness, and consist mostly of equations, for example difference equations. (wikipedia.org)

###### psychological

- Cognitive models often use likelihoods designed to formalize assumptions about psychological processes, such as the encoding of a stimulus in memory, or the termination of search in decision making. (springer.com)
- The classical test theory or true score theory or reliability theory in statistics is a set of statistical procedures useful for development of psychological tests and scales. (wikipedia.org)

###### approach

- In this article, we offer an approach, built on the technique of statistical simulation, to extract the currently overlooked information from any statistical method and to interpret and present it in a reader-friendly manner. (harvard.edu)
- This approach captures the modeling situation where variables can be selected as long as they belong at least to one group with positive coefficients. (wikipedia.org)

###### cognitive model

- To generate a diagnostic skill profile, examinees' test item responses are classified into a set of structured attribute patterns that are derived from components of a cognitive model of task performance. (wikipedia.org)
- The cognitive model contains attributes, which are defined as a description of the procedural or declarative knowledge needed by an examinee to answer a given test item correctly. (wikipedia.org)
- The AHM differs from Tatsuoka's Rule Space Method (RSM) with the assumption of dependencies among the attributes within the cognitive model. (wikipedia.org)
- As such, the attribute hierarchy serves as a cognitive model of task performance designed to represent the inter-related cognitive processes required by examinees to solve test items. (wikipedia.org)
- Cognitive model development comprises the first stage in the test design process. (wikipedia.org)
- During this stage, the cognitive knowledge, processes, and skills are identified and organized into an attribute hierarchy or cognitive model. (wikipedia.org)
- This stage also encompasses validation of the cognitive model prior to the test development stage. (wikipedia.org)
- During this stage, items are created to measure each attribute within the cognitive model while also maintaining any dependencies modeled among the attributes. (wikipedia.org)
- During this stage, the fit of the cognitive model relative to observed examinee responses is evaluated to ascertain the appropriateness of the model to explain test performance. (wikipedia.org)

###### variance

- Crucially, the precision (inverse variance) of high order derivatives fall to zero fairly quickly, which means it is only necessary to model relatively low order generalized motion (usually between two and eight) for any given or parameterized autocorrelation function. (wikipedia.org)

###### distribution

- The Distribution of Species Range Size: a Stochastic Process Proceedings. (jove.com)
- Averaging over the frailty distribution yields a joint model. (stanford.edu)
- These techniques include, among others: non-parametric regression, which refers to modeling where the structure of the relationship between variables is treated non-parametrically, but where nevertheless there may be parametric assumptions about the distribution of model residuals. (wikipedia.org)

###### usually

- Researchers use statistical processes on a student's past test scores to predict the student's future test scores, on the assumption that students usually score approximately as well each year as they have in past years. (wikipedia.org)
- Deterministic simulation models are usually designed to capture some underlying mechanism or natural process. (wikipedia.org)

###### make

- Hierarchical feedback control policies, on the other hand, offer the promise of being able to handle realistically complex manufacturing systems in a tractable fashion to make their management more efficient. (wikipedia.org)

###### probabilistic

- This variational density is defined in relation to a probabilistic model that generates outcomes from causes. (wikipedia.org)

###### estimate

- Design: A set of experimental runs which allows you to fit a particular model and estimate your desired effects. (wikipedia.org)

###### standard

- First, accepting their entire statistical model, and correcting only an algebraic error (a mistake in how they computed their standard errors), we showed that their hypothesized relationship holds up in fewer than half the tests they reported. (harvard.edu)
- With Taylor ED's open architecture, software users can access standard libraries of atoms to build models. (wikipedia.org)

###### commonly

- Among neural network models, the self-organizing map (SOM) and adaptive resonance theory (ART) are commonly used unsupervised learning algorithms. (wikipedia.org)

###### results

- We show state-of-the-art results on language modelling and text compression. (ed.ac.uk)
- In the first part I will review models describing how speed and accuracy of decisions is controlled in the cortico-basal-ganglia circuit, and present results of a recent experiment attempting to distinguish between these models. (ed.ac.uk)
- Social Scientists rarely take full advantage of the information available in their statistical results. (harvard.edu)
- Deployment : Predictive model deployment provides the option to deploy the analytical results into everyday decision making process to get results, reports and output by automating the decisions based on the modelling. (wikipedia.org)
- Model Monitoring : Models are managed and monitored to review the model performance to ensure that it is providing the results expected. (wikipedia.org)

###### computational

- During this talk I will present computational models describing decision making process in the cortico-basal ganglia circuit. (ed.ac.uk)

###### statistics

- Simulation of the system model yields the timing and resource usage statistics needed for performance evaluation, without the necessity of emulating the system. (wikipedia.org)
- The group is active in the modelling of earthquakes, landslides, and other natural hazards, combining concepts and tools from statistical physics, statistics, tectonics, seismology and more. (wikipedia.org)
- This over-simplified assumption has recently relaxed by coupling the statistics of ETAS to genuine mechanical information. (wikipedia.org)

###### clusters

- This is accomplished by eliminating the assumption of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium within clusters and, instead, calculating expected genotype frequencies on the basis of inbreeding or selfing rates. (genetics.org)

###### solve

- On this view, in terms of learning, humans have statistical learning capabilities that allow them to problem solve. (wikipedia.org)

###### Journal of the Amer

- Journal of the American Statistical Association, 94, Pp. 352-355. (harvard.edu)
- Journal of the American Statistical Association, 93, Pp. 846-857. (harvard.edu)

###### seismic

- This suggests that triggering of aftershocks stems from a combination of dynamic (seismic waves) and elasto-static processes. (wikipedia.org)
- ART networks are also used for many pattern recognition tasks, such as automatic target recognition and seismic signal processing. (wikipedia.org)

###### inference

- We note that a number of other Bioconductor packages can also be used for statistical inference of differential expression at the gene level including edgeR , BaySeq , DSS and limma . (bioconductor.org)
- Inference of phylogeny relies heavily on statistical models that have been extended and refined tremendously over the past years into very complex hierarchical models. (diva-portal.org)
- Graphical models can be used to teach statistical models, to facilitate communication among phylogeneticists and in the development of generic software for simulation and statistical inference. (diva-portal.org)
- The fact that these models incorporate uncertainty in their conceptualization doesn't mean that the phenomenon - the forest, the aquifer, the mineral deposit - has resulted from a random process, but rather it allows one to build a methodological basis for the spatial inference of quantities in unobserved locations, and to quantify the uncertainty associated with the estimator. (wikipedia.org)
- The proposed solution in the geostatistical formalism consists in assuming various degrees of stationarity in the random function, in order to make possible the inference of some statistic values. (wikipedia.org)
- The classical model focuses on the "finite sample" estimation and inference, meaning that the number of observations n is fixed. (wikipedia.org)

###### regression

- 6 hours), adjusted for demographic, clinical, social and psychological factors using hierarchical ordinal regression models. (pubmedcentralcanada.ca)
- In statistics, linear regression is a linear approach for modeling the relationship between a scalar dependent variable y and one or more explanatory variables (or independent variables) denoted X. The case of one explanatory variable is called simple linear regression. (wikipedia.org)
- For more than one explanatory variable, the process is called multiple linear regression. (wikipedia.org)
- In linear regression, the relationships are modeled using linear predictor functions whose unknown model parameters are estimated from the data. (wikipedia.org)
- Most applications fall into one of the following two broad categories: If the goal is prediction, or forecasting, or error reduction, linear regression can be used to fit a predictive model to an observed data set of y and X values. (wikipedia.org)
- Linear regression models are often fitted using the least squares approach, but they may also be fitted in other ways, such as by minimizing the "lack of fit" in some other norm (as with least absolute deviations regression), or by minimizing a penalized version of the least squares loss function as in ridge regression (L2-norm penalty) and lasso (L1-norm penalty). (wikipedia.org)
- Given a data set { y i , x i 1 , … , x i p } i = 1 n {\displaystyle \{y_{i},\,x_{i1},\ldots ,x_{ip}\}_{i=1}^{n}} of n statistical units, a linear regression model assumes that the relationship between the dependent variable yi and the p-vector of regressors xi is linear. (wikipedia.org)
- In statistics, originally in geostatistics, kriging or Gaussian process regression is a method of interpolation for which the interpolated values are modeled by a Gaussian process governed by prior covariances, as opposed to a piecewise-polynomial spline chosen to optimize smoothness of the fitted values. (wikipedia.org)
- Even so, they are useful in different frameworks: kriging is made for estimation of a single realization of a random field, while regression models are based on multiple observations of a multivariate data set. (wikipedia.org)
- In statistics, ordinary least squares (OLS) or linear least squares is a method for estimating the unknown parameters in a linear regression model. (wikipedia.org)
- Geometrically this is seen as the sum of the squared distances, parallel to the axis of the dependent variable, between each data point in the set and the corresponding point on the regression line - the smaller the differences, the better the model fits the data. (wikipedia.org)
- There are several different frameworks in which the linear regression model can be cast in order to make the OLS technique applicable. (wikipedia.org)

###### Mathematics

- The research presented cuts across the disciplines of Operations Management, Operations Research, System and Control Theory, Industrial Engineering, Probability and Statistic, and Applied Mathematics. (wikipedia.org)

###### relies

- The technique relies on the assumption that a good set of features can be extracted from the object of interest (e.g. edges, corners and centroids) and used as a partial model along with global models of the scene and robot. (wikipedia.org)

###### algorithm

- citation needed] The eigenvalue problem was suggested in 1976 by Gabriel Pinski and Francis Narin, who worked on scientometrics ranking scientific journals, in 1977 by Thomas Saaty in his concept of Analytic Hierarchy Process which weighted alternative choices, and in 1995 by Bradley Love and Steven Sloman as a cognitive model for concepts, the centrality algorithm. (wikipedia.org)
- The DTW algorithm processed the speech signal by dividing it into short frames, e.g. 10ms segments, and processing each frame as a single unit. (wikipedia.org)

###### 2016

- 2016 witty International Conference on Modelling, Identification and Control( ICMIC), 122-126. (dataprintusa.com)

###### dependent

- These models are extended in Paper IV to time-dependent diversification rates, again, under different sampling schemes and applied to empirical phylogenies. (diva-portal.org)
- This relationship is modeled through a disturbance term or error variable εi - an unobserved random variable that adds noise to the linear relationship between the dependent variable and regressors. (wikipedia.org)
- The decision as to which variable in a data set is modeled as the dependent variable and which are modeled as the independent variables may be based on a presumption that the value of one of the variables is caused by, or directly influenced by the other variables. (wikipedia.org)

###### stochastic

- The difference with the classical kriging approach is provided by the interpretation: while the spline is motivated by a minimum norm interpolation based on a Hilbert space structure, kriging is motivated by an expected squared prediction error based on a stochastic model. (wikipedia.org)
- A stochastic process is, in the context of this model, simply a way to approach the set of data collected from the samples. (wikipedia.org)

###### predictive

- In our Big Data world, reliance on machines and technology has become the governing philosophy particularly with advanced analytics involving predictive models. (predictiveanalyticsworld.com)
- Technology has definitely enhanced the practitioner's capabilities but technology must be countered with the human perspective when developing predictive models. (predictiveanalyticsworld.com)
- Success requires collecting the right data, creating informative derived attributes, making this data accessible in a timely manner, and building predictive models. (predictiveanalyticsworld.com)
- This is a completely different animal from standard predictive models, which predict customer behavior. (predictiveanalyticsworld.com)

###### psychometrics

- A pioneer of psychometrics and the application of statistical methods to the study of human diversity and the study of inheritance of human traits, he believed that intelligence was largely a product of heredity (by which he did not mean genes, although he did develop several pre-Mendelian theories of particulate inheritance). (wikipedia.org)

###### context

- Techniques developed in the context of open quantum systems have proven powerful in fields such as quantum optics, quantum measurement theory, quantum statistical mechanics, quantum information science, quantum thermodynamics, quantum cosmology and semi-classical approximations. (wikipedia.org)
- Suresh Sethi and his co-authors have articulated a profound theory that shows that hierarchical decision making in the context of a goal-seeking manufacturing system can lead to near optimization of its objective. (wikipedia.org)

###### priori

- However, it is stipulated that the properties can be determined by observing or simulating the system, and not by any process of a priori analysis. (wikipedia.org)

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###### Neural

- One approach focused on biological processes in the brain while the other focused on the application of neural networks to artificial intelligence. (wikipedia.org)
- The second was that computers didn't have enough processing power to effectively handle the work required by large neural networks. (wikipedia.org)
- Neural network research slowed until computers achieved far greater processing power. (wikipedia.org)
- Implicit about the decoding hypothesis is the assumption that neural spiking in the brain somehow represents stimuli in the external world. (wikipedia.org)
- This process of decoding neural data forms a loop with neural encoding. (wikipedia.org)
- Now neural decoding is the process of taking these statistical consistencies, a statistical model of the world, and reproducing the stimuli. (wikipedia.org)
- In order to build a model of neural spike data, one must both understand how information is originally stored in the brain and how this information is used at a later point in time. (wikipedia.org)
- Furthermore, the processes that underlie neural decoding and encoding are very tightly coupled and may lead to varying levels of representative ability. (wikipedia.org)

###### Control

- We tested the macroevolutionary implications of this model using anthropoid primate species ( n =100), focusing on overall morphological patterns, as well as predictions made about molar size variability, direct developmental control, and diet. (beds.ac.uk)
- A model of the target velocity is developed and used as a feed-forward input in the control loop. (wikipedia.org)
- OLS is used in fields as diverse as economics (econometrics), political science, psychology and engineering (control theory and signal processing). (wikipedia.org)
- I would like to make a collect call"), domotic appliance control, search (e.g. find a podcast where particular words were spoken), simple data entry (e.g., entering a credit card number), preparation of structured documents (e.g. a radiology report), speech-to-text processing (e.g., word processors or emails), and aircraft (usually termed direct voice input). (wikipedia.org)
- He is well known for his developments of the Sethi advertising model and DNSS Points, and for his textbook on optimal control. (wikipedia.org)
- Hierarchical feedback control policies, on the other hand, offer the promise of being able to handle realistically complex manufacturing systems in a tractable fashion to make their management more efficient. (wikipedia.org)

###### estimator

- Both theories derive a best linear unbiased estimator, based on assumptions on covariances, make use of Gauss-Markov theorem to prove independence of the estimate and error, and make use of very similar formulae. (wikipedia.org)
- Under the additional assumption that the errors are normally distributed, OLS is the maximum likelihood estimator. (wikipedia.org)

###### signals

- After varying the range of stimuli that is presented to the observer, we expect the neurons to adapt to the statistical properties of the signals, encoding those that occur most frequently: the efficient-coding hypothesis. (wikipedia.org)

###### spatial

- This database will help refine maps of the global spatial limits of malaria and be the foundation for the development of global malaria endemicity models as part of MAP. (biomedcentral.com)
- Spatial intelligence: The ability to form a mental model of a spatial world and to be able to maneuver and operate using that model. (wikipedia.org)

###### perception

- The traditional problems (or goals) of AI research include reasoning, knowledge, planning, learning, natural language processing, perception and the ability to move and manipulate objects. (wikipedia.org)

###### species

- Of the species sampled, 56 % had centroids that fell within regions of molar proportion morphospace consistent with the dic model. (beds.ac.uk)
- In this thesis I extend the birth-death process model, so that it can be applied to incompletely sampled phylogenies, that is, phylogenies of only a subsample of the presently living species from one group. (diva-portal.org)

###### additional

- After developing such a model, if an additional value of X is then given without its accompanying value of y, the fitted model can be used to make a prediction of the value of y. (wikipedia.org)

###### theory

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- The Item Response Theory has three models. (wikipedia.org)

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###### difficulty

- CC difficulty is overcome in the brain by processes "from vague-unconscious to crisp-conscious" (representations, plans, models, concepts). (mdpi.com)

###### important

- This is important for DESeq2 's statistical model to hold, as only the actual counts allow assessing the measurement precision correctly. (bioconductor.org)
- The underlying assumption is that more important websites are likely to receive more links from other websites. (wikipedia.org)

###### characteristics

- in which he states that several factors differentiate episodic memory and semantic memory in ways that include the characteristics of their operations, the kind of information they process, their application to the real world as well as the memory laboratory. (wikipedia.org)
- Instead, they evolve their own set of relevant characteristics from the learning material that they process. (wikipedia.org)

###### typically

- The environment we wish to model as part of our open quantum system is typically very large, making exact solutions impossible to calculate. (wikipedia.org)
- The task is repeated a number of times, varying the particular subset of items in a systematic way, typically according to a statistical design. (wikipedia.org)
- Analysis is typically conducted, as with DCEs more generally, assuming that respondents makes choices according to a random utility model (RUM). (wikipedia.org)

###### biological

- In 1959, a biological model proposed by Nobel laureates Hubel and Wiesel was based on their discovery of two types of cells in the primary visual cortex: simple cells and complex cells. (wikipedia.org)

###### world

- The main assumption is that the entire world is a large closed system, and therefore, time evolution is governed by a unitary transformation generated by a global Hamiltonian. (wikipedia.org)

###### properties

- The maxdiff model has proved to be useful in proving the properties of a number of estimators in BWS. (wikipedia.org)

###### outcome

- With an ever-increasing reliance on technology and machines, model overstatement becomes the more likely outcome. (predictiveanalyticsworld.com)

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- Thus it is reasonable to assume that some of the dental variability of mammalian teeth is constrained by developmental processes. (beds.ac.uk)
- Thus, although the terms "least squares" and "linear model" are closely linked, they are not synonymous. (wikipedia.org)
- This may map to the process of thinking and acting, which in turn guide what stimuli we receive, and thus, completing the loop. (wikipedia.org)

###### prediction

- Under suitable assumptions on the priors, kriging gives the best linear unbiased prediction of the intermediate values. (wikipedia.org)

###### Research

- Open source models for outputs of scientific research funded by tax-payers and charities are becoming the norm. (biomedcentral.com)

###### patterns

- Developmental processes that underpin morphological variation have become a focus of interest when attempting to interpret macroevolutionary patterns. (beds.ac.uk)

###### random

- In geostatistical models, sampled data is interpreted as the result of a random process. (wikipedia.org)
- The first step in geostatistical modulation is to create a random process that best describes the set of observed data. (wikipedia.org)

###### single

- PBVS is a model-based technique (with a single camera). (wikipedia.org)

###### functions

- In one cross-sectional study, various cognitive function measure decline by about 0.8 in z-score from age 20 to age 50, the cognitive functions includes speed of processing, working memory and long term memory. (wikipedia.org)

###### systems

- Recognizing the speaker can simplify the task of translating speech in systems that have been trained on a specific person's voice or it can be used to authenticate or verify the identity of a speaker as part of a security process. (wikipedia.org)

###### signal

- The artificial neuron that receives the signal can process it and then signal artificial neurons connected to it. (wikipedia.org)

###### linear model

- But this is still considered a linear model because it is linear in the βs. (wikipedia.org)

###### years

- To assume that respondents do evaluate all possible pairs is a strong assumption and in 14 years of presentations, the three co-authors have virtually never found a course or conference participant who admitted to using this method to decide their best and worst choices. (wikipedia.org)

###### State

- 6 . One or more computer readable media as recited in claim 1 , wherein the plurality of instructions to encode the smoothness constraint comprises instructions that cause the one or more processors to generate Hidden Markov Model (HMM) state transition probabilities. (google.ca)

###### assembly process

- The exhaustive searches and assembly process for a global database of malaria parasite prevalence as part of the Malaria Atlas Project (MAP) are described. (biomedcentral.com)

###### errors

- The immediate consequence of the exogeneity assumption is that the errors have mean zero: E[ε] = 0, and that the regressors are uncorrelated with the errors: E[XTε] = 0. (wikipedia.org)

###### human

- One or more hierarchical verification levels are used to verify whether a human face is in the candidate area, and an. (google.ca)

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###### useful

- In addition, Polychromous IRT Model are also useful (Hambleton & Swaminathan, 1985). (wikipedia.org)
- Gunnar Fant developed the source-filter model of speech production and published it in 1960, which proved to be a useful model of speech production. (wikipedia.org)

###### technology

- Greg will introduce you to DataRobot, an automated Data Science platform, that makes building accurate models orders of magnitude faster and more deployable than any other technology available today. (predictiveanalyticsworld.com)

###### long

- This evolved into models for long term potentiation. (wikipedia.org)