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From Doktor Kurowski's Schneegrenze to Our Modern Glacier Equilibrium Line Altitude (Ela) : Volume 9, Issue 3 (17/06/2015)

By: R. J. Braithwaite

...Description: SEED, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. Translated into modern terminology, Kurowski suggested in 1891 that the equilibrium line altitude (ELA) of a glacier is equal to the mean altitude of the glacier when the whole glacier is in balance between accumulation and ablation. Ku...

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Terminology

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...its subcategories are devoted in whole or in large part to a discussion of terminology, usually terminology related to a specific topic. It should not... ... Academic terminology ... ... Agricultural terminology ... ... Archaeological terminology ... ... Architectural terminology ... ... Statistical terminology ... ... Statistical terminology ...

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Terminology of the theory of relay devices

By: Gavrilov, M. A

...n Springfield, Virginia 22151 - Price $2.00 b * CONTENTS Introduction Terminology of the Theory of Relay Devices 1. Terms relating to relay el... ... Terms relating to the analysis and synthesis of relay devices Appendix to Terminology of the Theory of Relay Devices Alphabetical Index to Termino... ... iii Page 1 5 5 8 10 13 16 20 24 28 b INTRODUCTION The first terminology list in the area of the theory of relay devices was prepared... ...ines the class of devices pertaining to the term relay. At the basis of the terminology of 1950 and 1953 there had been the concept of the contactin... ...the modern theory of these devices. Therefore, as the basis of the proposed terminology list there have been estab- lished the concepts: ponents an... ...e output Relay element with retention of internal state Relay element with statistical input Relay memory element Relay network Relay switch elem...

...Supplemental catalog subcollection information: NASA Publication Collection; Astrophysics and Technical Documents; Terminology of theory of relay devices - relay elements, characteristics, structure, functional properties, analysis, and synthesis...

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Terminology model

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...A terminology model[1] is a refinement of a concept system.[2] Within a terminology model the concepts (object types) of a specific problem or subj... ...inated concepts or characteristics (properties). Besides object types, the terminology model allows defining hierarchical classifications, definitions... ...perty behavior and definition of casual relations. The terminology model is a means for subject matter experts to express their kn... ...ess their knowledge about the subject in subject specific terms. Since the terminology model is structured rather similar to an object-oriented databa... ...out loss of information into an object-oriented database schema. Thus, the terminology model is a method for problem analysis on the one side and a me... ...odel for classifications[3] Terminology model for statistical variables[4] Reference model for stati... ..., R. (April 2005). "A terminology model approach for defining and managing statistical metadata" (Power Point). Eighth Open Forum on Metadata Registri... ...odel for classifications[3] Terminology model for statistical variables[4] Reference model for stati... ..., R. (April 2005). "A terminology model approach for defining and managing statistical metadata" (Power Point). Eighth Open Forum on Metadata Registri...

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Journal of the American Statistical Association : Vol. 17

By: American Statistical Association; American Statistical Association. Publications; American Statistical Association. Quarterly Publication

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION, VOL. XVII Title: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ST... ...... .... 606 Build, The best index of Charles B. Davenport . 341 Business research. Statistical standards in . Horace Secrist 45 Capital return, Suggestions ... ...ivity Robert M. Davis.....878 Employees, The classification of United States statistical Lewis Meriam 235 Families, The measurement of the relative ec... ...e) Reserve ratios of changes in reserves and in UabiUties, The effect on the Statistical Commission, the International, appointed bj' the Council of t... ...s of judging prosperity. That is to say, if it can be proved that, using the terminology of the text, " plutocratic" communities are normally " poor "... ...t, thereby permitting a just and fair comparison of expenditures. ACCOUNTING TERMINOLOGY In order that a comparison of expenditures may be justly made... ...rity ofthem without difficulty. In general, the author follows the customary terminology, but in a few in- stances he introduces innovations. For exam... ...us classes of railroad positions, to establish as nearly as can be a uniform terminology to be used in describ- ing similar occupations, and to descri...

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Terminology extraction

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... Terminology mining, term extraction, term recognition, or glossary extracti... ...r glossary extraction, is a subtask of information extraction. The goal of terminology extraction is to automatically extract relevant terms from a gi... ...wlers,[1] web services,[2] recommender systems,[3] etc. The development of terminology extraction is essential to the language industry. ... ...t). Terminological entries are then filtered from the candidate list using statistical and machine learning methods. Once filtered, because of their l... ...e domain or for supporting the creation of a domain ontology. Furthermore, terminology extraction is a very useful starting point for semantic similar... ... Sematext Key Phrase Extractor, a package for extraction of Collocations, Statistically Improbable Phrases (SIPs), etc. by Sematext ... ...free online terminology extractor web application Statistical Bilingual Terminology Extractor, online terminology extractor w... ...t). Terminological entries are then filtered from the candidate list using statistical and machine learning methods. Once filtered, because of their l... ... Sematext Key Phrase Extractor, a package for extraction of Collocations, Statistically Improbable Phrases (SIPs), etc. by Sematext ...

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Definitions of the Terminology of Educational Measurements

By: Monroe, Walter Scott, 1882-1961; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Bureau of Educational Research

...rature Collection World Public Library.org Title: DEFINITIONS OF THE TERMINOLOGY OF EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENTS VOL. XX Author: WALTER S. MONROE ... ...O. 13 BUREAU OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DEFINITIONS OF THE TERMINOLOGY OF EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENTS by Walter S. Monroe director DEPT... ...l\^ PUBLISHED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA s 1 V Definitions of the Terminology of Educational Measurements Accomplishment quotient. (See Ach... ...inal method. Coefficient of correlation. The coefficient of correlation is a statistical device used to express a summary of the relationship which ex... ...nt persons has been used as a guide in the selection of exercises. (See also Statistical selection.) Exercises. The exercise is a structural unit of a... ...e exercise.) Probable error of estimate. The probable error of estimate is a statistical device derived from the coefficient of correlation which Is h... ...hich are frequently used, sometimes singly and sometimes in combination: (1) statistical selection, (2) agreement with educational objectives, and (3)... ...nce of definite criteria. Such selection may be described as arbitrary. (See Statistical selection and Educational objectives.) Spiral test. The word ...

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Statistical interference

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...When two probability distributions overlap, statistical interference exists. Knowledge of the distributions can be used... ...ceeds the strength. With two normal distributions, the statistical interference may be calculated as above. (This problem is also ... ...d or simulation is often the most practical way to quantify the effects of statistical interference. See also ... ... Paul H. Garthwaite, Byron Jones, Ian T. Jolliffe (2002) Statistical Inference. ISBN 0-19-857226-3 Haugen, ... ...ISBN 0-471-05847-5 Categories Statistical terminology Statistical data types ... ...5847-5 Categories Statistical terminology Statistical data types ... ...5847-5 Categories Statistical terminology Statistical data types ...

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Apollo terminology

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...Y $teanis Space Center, &_.S39522-5;301 (NASA-SP-600I) (NASA) 112 p APOLLO TERMINOLOGY N93-720_I Unclas Z9/82 0163152 APOLLO T RMINOLOGY AUGUST 1963 T... ...ces, Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. Price $2.75 PRE FACE Apollo Terminology definitions presented herein are in- tended to provide Apollo p... ...ended to provide Apollo program participants with an updated collection of terminology used on the Apollo program. Nothing contained herein shall be c... ...comments, recommendations for additions, deletions, or revisions to Apollo Terminology. Comments re- garding Apollo Terminology are solicited and shou... ...quipments or systems. See-component acceptance test /light acceptance test statistical acceptance test vehicle acceptance test ACCESSIBILITY A quality... ...le to identify. Assignable causes must be identified and removed to attain statistical control. ASSOCIATE CONTRACTOR The contractorwho underdirectcont... ...of another. NULL HYPOTHESIS An assumed proposition used for the purpose of statistical test. 66 O&C BLDG Operations cmd Control Building. OAO Orbitin... ...imits of percent defective in accordance with the design requirements. See-statistical quality control total quality control QUALITY ENGINEERING A fac... ...ept, reject, or to inspect another umt. SEQUENTIAL TEST The measurement by statistical hypothesis of a sequence of samples where it is decided at each...

...Supplemental catalog subcollection information: NASA Publication Collection; Astrophysics and Technical Documents; The Apollo terminology definitions are presented. They were originally intended to provide Apollo Program participants with an updated colle...

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Statistical regularity

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Anatomical Names Especially the Basle Nomina Anatomica (Bna) by Albert Chauncey Eycleshymer

By: Eycleshymer, Albert Chauncey, 1867-1925; Basle Nomina Anatomica; Moodie, Roy Lee, 1880-1934; Schoemaker, Daniel Martin, 1867

...E Copyright, '9 1 /"- By Willi wi W odd \ ( omi *ny f\ 1 PREFACE. Anatomic terminology began when primitive man first assigned names to parts of the... ...mber until the science of anatomy is in danger of being submerged by its own terminology. Over 50,000 names have been given to some 5,000 structures. ... ...o extend them too far. It is obvious that we could not think of settling the terminology in domains which are still undergoing a more or less active s... ...ested manner possible. First of all it should be emphasized that the work on terminology was begun by the Anatomical Society and that the same, up to ... .... p. 9. ANATOMICAL NAMES. 7 Indeed Krause in his first volume on Myological Terminology has given, besides the German terms of Gegenbaur, Henle, Hyrt... ... and the cousin of Charles. Well known for his researches in heredity by the statistical method. Galton's law of ancestral inheritance is one of the w...

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Statistical unit

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Terminology for Atm Benchmarking

By: J. Dunn

... February 2000 Terminology for ATM Benchmarking Status of this Memo This memo provides ... ...t Engineering Task Force (IETF). Introduction This document provides terminology for benchmarking ATM based switching devices. It extends ter... ...broader group of network interconnect devices, the primary focus of the terminology in this memo is on ATM cell relay and signaling. This memo c... ... Informational [Page 1] 2 RFC 2761 Terminology for ATM Benchmarking February 2000 The BISDN model com... ...ndled in a separate document. Finally, this document presents only the terminology associated with benchmarking IP performance over ATM; theref... ...should be minimized. The cost associated with using CBR is the loss of statistical multiplexing. Since CBR guarantees both throughput and CDV ...

...544. This memo is a product of the Benchmarking Methodology Working Group (BMWG) of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).This document provides terminology for benchmarking ATM based switching devices. It extends terminology already defined for benchmarking network interconnect devices in RFCs 1242, 2285, and 2544. Although some of the definitions in this memo may be...

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Statistical genetics

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Unified Bioenergy Terminology Ubet

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

...LTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS December 2004 UNIFIED BIOENERGY TERMINOLOGY UBET Unified Bioenergy Terminology iii Foreword FAO has ass... ...nergy Terminology iii Foreword FAO has assembled and published historical statistical data in its Forest Products Yearbook and prepared other studie... ...harmonization” more risky. This paper examines and reviews currently used terminology and definitions for woodfuels and other biofuels used in FAO a... ... presentation of biofuel data and information using the Unified Bioenergy Terminology (UBET). FAO efforts towards commonly accepted standards, aimed ... ...e production and circulation of several drafts of the Unified Wood Energy Terminology (UWET) for discussion took place and inter-agency workshops we... ...s and Economics Division Forestry Department FAO Unified Bioenergy Terminology vi Acknowledgements This report was prepared in the FAO’s Fore... ...nal System of Units (officially abbreviated to SI). 5 Additionally, when statistically recording charcoal consumption, charcoal productivity has to...

...Excerpt: FAO has assembled and published historical statistical data in its Forest Products Yearbook and prepared other studies on fuelwood and charcoal. As part of its Wood Energy Programme (WEP) of the Forest Products Division, the Organization is continuously reviewing and ...

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Statistical assembly

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...In statistics, for example in statistical quality control, a statistical assembly is a collection of part... ...atistical assembly is a collection of parts or components which makes up a statistical unit. Thus a statistical unit, which would be the prime item of... ...f discrete components like organs or machine parts. The reliability of the statistical unit is, in part, determined by the reliability of the componen... ...l unit is, in part, determined by the reliability of the components in the statistical assembly, and by their interactions. Much o... ...nd by their interactions. Much of the observation of a statistical assembly requires special preparation of the unit, which demand... ... All articles lacking sources Statistical terminology Quality control Sur...

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Terminology for Ip Multicast Benchmarking

By: K. Dubray

...ormational October 1998 Terminology for IP Multicast Benchmarking Status of this Memo This memo ... ...All Rights Reserved. Abstract The purpose of this document is to define terminology specific to the benchmarking of multicast IP forwarding devi... ...digm. The BMWG produces two major classes of documents: Benchmarking Terminology documents and Benchmarking Methodology documents. The Termin... ...rocedures required to collect the benchmarks cited in the corresponding Terminology documents. 1. Introduction Network forwarding devices are b... ... Informational [Page 1] 2 RFC 2432 Terminology for IP Multicast Benchmarking October 1998 Consider, too,... ...oss a range of ports supporting that Group Class. A variety of statistical exercises can be applied to the set of latencies measurem...

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Statistical population

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NASA long-range technology goals. Volume 2-A, task 2 report

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...1 depicts the principal categories of data utilized and their sources. All statistical data have limitations, in particular when drawn from several co... ...(above and beyond the rate contributed by capital and labor alone). Modern statistical techniques seek to quantify the contributions of factors which ... ...ency of description, discussed earlier; 2) the availability of unambiguous statistical data; 3) the cogency to U.S. national goals. 1-14 t_ I o _ H P... ...4 Conclusion ............................ 1-65 SOURCES: U.S. U°S° DOC/BOC: Statistical Abstract of the U.S. 1982-3 Census of Manufactures, 1977 Annual... ...OTORS. 35 U.S. DOC/BOC: ANNUAL SURVEY OF MANUFACXI_RES, 1981 U.S. DOC/ROC: STATISTICAL ABSTRACT OF THE U.S., 1982-3 EOP/O_: STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSI...

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Empirical statistical laws

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...An empirical statistical law or (in popular terminology) a law of statistics represents a type of behaviour that has ... ...n (2009) p.51 Many of these observances have been formulated and proved as statistical or probabilistic theorems and the term "law" has been carried o... ...nd the term "law" has been carried over to these theorems. There are other statistical and probabilistic theorems that also have "law" as a part of t... ...ple, both Zipf's law and Heaps' law have been described as "empirical statistical laws"Gelbukh & Sidorov (2008) in the field of linguistics. Exa... ...orov (2008) in the field of linguistics. Examples of empirically inspired statistical laws that have a firm theoretical basis include: :* Statistical...

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Glossary of Healthcare Terminology

By: Sue Bailey, Dr.

...1.84. CPR. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation AL1.85. CPT. Current Procedural Terminology AL1.86. CRNA. Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist AL1... ... Management Information System AL1.294. TCSDP. Triservice CHAMPUS Statistical Database Program AL1.295. TDA. Table of Distribution and... ...nuary 1999 18 ABBREVIATIONS AND/OR ACRONYMS P1. PART 1 GLOSSARY A P1.1. TERMINOLOGY P1.1.1. ABSENT SICK. An Active Duty (Army, Navy, Air Force... ...015.1-M, January 1999 31 PART 1, GLOSSARY A P2. PART 2 GLOSSARY B P2.1. TERMINOLOGY P2.1.1. BAD DEBT EXPENSE. The expenses from patient bills ... ...015.1-M, January 1999 37 PART 2, GLOSSARY B P3. PART 3 GLOSSARY C P3.1. TERMINOLOGY P3.1.1. CAPITAL BUDGETING. The funding provided to the Ser... ... diagnosis or treatment of a patient. To qualify as a consultation (for statistical measure) a written report to the requesting healthcare profess... ...eges or assigned patient care responsibility. P3.1.91. CURRENT PROCEDURAL TERMINOLOGY 4th EDITION (CPT-4). A set of five-digit codes that apply t...

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Statistical classification

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...by a classification algorithm, that maps input data to a category. In the terminology of machine learning, classification is considered an instance o... ...en instances, considered as vectors in a multi-dimensional vector space). Terminology across fields is quite varied. In statistics, where classificat... ...so some argument over whether classification methods that do not involve a statistical model can be considered "statistical". Other fields may use di... ...cal model can be considered "statistical". Other fields may use different terminology: e.g. in community ecology, the term "classification" normally ... ...sification is probabilistic classification. Algorithms of this nature use statistical inference to find the best class for a given instance. Unlike ... ...s the problem of error propagation. Frequentist procedures Early work on statistical classification was undertaken by Fisher, Fisher R.A. (1936) " T... ...ic problems", Annals of Eugenics, 7, 179–188Fisher R.A. (1938) " The statistical utilization of multiple measurements", Annals of Eugenics, 8, 3... ...assigning a group to a new observation.Gnanadesikan, R. (1977) Methods for Statistical Data Analysis of Multivariate Observations, Wiley. ISBN 0-471-3...

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Physics of the solar system

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... A HISTORY OF SOLAR ROTATION 65 different kinds of stars, we must proceed statistically and attempt to average out the sin / under the assumption tha... ...e shall begin by reviewing some elementary developments and defining basic terminology. Attention will then be focused in turn on the three planets Ma... ...by still another differentiation and must be treated with extreme caution. Statistical treatments do not give a realistic estimate of the errors in su... ...kov et al., 1964). The JPL measurement at the 12.5-cm wavelength yielded a statistically significant return from a section of Jupiter's surface center... ...as a reason for adopting the planetary-nebula theory because a very simple statistical argument shows that it is very improbable that the planets coul...

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UK mortgage terminology

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...This page gives descriptions of UK mortgage terminology which can often confuse borrowers. Introduction The UK mor... ...ime buyer Negative equity Mortgage Interest Relief At Source - MIRAS Statistical and industry jargon Arrangement fee - Either a percentage of ...

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Journal. Series a (General); Vol. 76

By: Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain); Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain). Journal; Statistical Society (Grear Britain). Journal

...ld Public Library.org SOCIETY, VOL. LXXVI Title: JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, VOL. LXXVI Author: Language: English Subject: Fic... ...... ...AL CHARTER 1887. Vol. LXXVL—Year 1912-13. (NEW SERIES.) LONDON : ' THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, 9, ADELPHI TEKEACE, STRAND, W.C. 1913. \ NOTICE. Th... ...in the Papers read before the Society or inserted in its Journal. Ill ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY. ^Batrnn. HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE KING. COUNCIL... ... Committee on Infantile Mortality 27— 87 Address to the Economic Science and Statistical Section of the British Association for the Advancement of Sci... ...o do that so thoroughly as I should have wished owing to my ignorance of the terminology employed." That was to some extent the feeling with which he ... ... in the fifth, practical realisations of them. A note annexed deals with the terminology of the subject. It may be as well to state, at the outset, ho... ...e subject. It may be as well to state, at the outset, how these questions of terminology are dealt with. The "individual" is described as a human bein... ...red to as " foreign Europe," " foreign " Asia," and so on. This grouping and terminology are, on the whole, quite distinct. Some exceptions have, howe...

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Statistical ensemble (mathematical physics)

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...l–isobaric µVT Open statistical ... ... In mathematical physics, especially as introduced into statistical mechanics and thermodynamics by J. Willard Gibbs in 1902, an en... ...echanics and thermodynamics by J. Willard Gibbs in 1902, an ensemble (also statistical ensemble) is an idealization consisting of a large number of vi... ...sents a possible state that the real system might be in. In other words, a statistical ensemble is a probability distribution for the state of the sys... ....[1] A thermodynamic ensemble is a specific variety of statistical ensemble that, among other properties, is in statistical equili... ...hysical considerations 1 Note on terminology 1.1 Pr... ...y or said to be in statistical equilibrium.[1] Note on terminology The word "ensemble" is also used f...

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Journal. Series a (General); Vol. 70

By: Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain); Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain). Journal; Statistical Society (Grear Britain). Journal

...orld Public Library.org SOCIETY, VOL. LXX Title: JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, VOL. LXX Author: Language: English Subject: Fictio... ...... ...) INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 188] Vol. LXX.—Year 1907. LONDON : THE EOYAL STATISTICAL S0CII:TV ADKLPHI TEERACE, STRAND, ^Y.C. 1907. \ NOTICE. The ... ...:TV ADKLPHI TEERACE, STRAND, ^Y.C. 1907. \ NOTICE. The Council of the Eoyal Statistical Society wish it to be under- stood that the Society is not re... ...ed in the Papers read liefore the Society or inserted in its Journal. ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Patron. HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE KING, ij^anora... ...of the error-function, say, — y^ e ^°'" ; where a is, in Professor Pearson's terminology, the standard deviation, Aq,Ai,A2 . . . are linear functions ... ...tillon contributed a paper showing the need of greater discrimination in the terminology used in the returns of deaths from the causes included under ...

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Statistical hypothesis testing

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...A statistical hypothesis test is a method of statistical inference using data from a scientific study. In statistics, a ... ...ence using data from a scientific study. In statistics, a result is called statistically significant if it has been predicted as unlikely to have occu... ...the null hypothesis to be rejected in favor of the alternative hypothesis. Statistical hypothesis testing is sometimes called confirmatory data analys... ...1 Null hypothesis statistical significance testing vs hypothesis testing 7 ... ... Variations and sub-classes Statistical hypothesis testing is a key technique of both Frequentist infer... ... the null hypothesis and simply failing to reject it. The "fail to reject" terminology highlights the fact that the null hypothesis is assumed to be t... ... idea of "accepting" the null hypothesis may be dangerous. Nonetheless the terminology is prevalent throughout statistics, where its meaning is well u... ...consistent hybrid of the Fisher vs Neyman/Pearson formulation, methods and terminology developed in the early 20th century. While hypothesis testing w... ...ose mentioned above were ignored. Neyman and Pearson provided the stronger terminology, the more rigorous mathematics and the more consistent philosop...

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Journal. Series a (General); Vol. 77

By: Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain); Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain). Journal; Statistical Society (Grear Britain). Journal

...d Public Library.org SOCIETY, VOL. LXXVII Title: JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, VOL. LXXVII Author: Language: English Subject: Fi... ...... ...AL CHARTER 1887. Vol. LXXVII.-Year 1913-14. (NEW SERIES.) LONDON : THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, 9, ADELPHI TERRACE, STRAND, W.C. 1914. \ , ! :! NOT... ...LPHI TERRACE, STRAND, W.C. 1914. \ , ! :! NOTICE. The Council of the Eoj^al Statistical Society wish it to he under- stood that the Society is not rc... ... in the Papers read hefore the Society or inserted in its Jouriud. Ul ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY. patron. HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE KING. COUNCIL,... ...me freshness of apt innovation on some important points of classification or terminology. For Professor Nogaro adroitty uses the recent extension of t... ...elopment of economic theory. The treatment is completely free from technical terminology, but a variety of theories have perforce to be touched upon. ... ...om the normal in the direction of lepto-kiirtosis,to use Professor Pearson's terminology, the probable error ofthe Median is less than that ofthe Arit... ....': (the abscissa of the observed frequency- group or in Professor Pearson's terminology "histogram"), the value, which correspond to the round values...

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Economics terminology that differs from common usage

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Journal. Series a (General); Vol. 68

By: Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain); Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain). Journal; Statistical Society (Grear Britain). Journal

...d Public Library.org SOCIETY, VOL. LXVIII Title: JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, VOL. LXVIII Author: Language: English Subject: Fi... ...... ...NCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1887. Vol. LXVIIL—Year 190 5. LONDON: THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, 9, ADELPHI TEEEACE, STEAND, W.C. 1905. \ NOTICE. Th... ..., 9, ADELPHI TEEEACE, STEAND, W.C. 1905. \ NOTICE. The Council of the Royal Statistical Society wish it to be iTiider- stood that the Society is not ... ...sed in the Papers read before the Society or inserted in its Journal. ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY. ?9atrnn. HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE KING. ||aii0r... ...fticulty of interpretation is hindered rather than assisted by the technical terminology emploj^ed. There are other places where we think that a more ... ...ifferent form in the two countries. As Professor Jenks points out, the whole terminology which is habitually employed to analyse the movements of pric... ... not easily brought within the limits of a system which makes so much use of terminology borrowed from physics. Some of the precursors of Economic Sci... ...his distinction may, we believe, be described as an addition to the accepted terminology of fiscal economics. Similarly Professor Nicholson is in gene...

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Frequentist probability

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...ve frequency in a large number of trials. This interpretation supports the statistical needs of experimental scientists and pollsters; probabilities c... ...ric 6-sidedness of the cube. This classical interpretation stumbled at any statistical problem that has no natural symmetry for reasoning. ... ...nies the article on p-values; controversies are detailed in the article on statistical hypothesis testing. The Jeffreys–Lindley paradox shows how diff... ...applied to the same data set, can lead to different conclusions about the 'statistical significance' of a result. As William Felle... ...rror, [referring to Bayes theorem] and must be wholly rejected." (from his Statistical Methods for Research Workers). While Neyman was a pure frequent... ...d, the mathematical foundations of probability were solidified and current terminology was introduced (all in the 20th century). The primary historica... ...y historical sources in probability and statistics did not use the current terminology of classical, subjective (Bayesian) and frequentist probability...

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Journal. Series a (General); Vol. 65

By: Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain); Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain). Journal; Statistical Society (Grear Britain). Journal

...orld Public Library.org SOCIETY, VOL. LXV Title: JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, VOL. LXV Author: Language: English Subject: Ficti... ...... ...CORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1887, Vol. LXV. — Year 1902. LONDOJJ : THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, 9, ADELPHI TEEEACE, STEAND, W.C. 1902. NOTICE. The ... ..., 9, ADELPHI TEEEACE, STEAND, W.C. 1902. NOTICE. The Council of tlie Roj^al Statistical Society wish it to be under- stood that the Society is not re... ...sed in the Papers read before the Society or inserted in its Journal. ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY. HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE KING. 3i?onnrari) ^3 i... ... Tender Paper : D. G. Barrett. Proposed Modifications in Austrian Theory and Terminology: H. J. Davenport. Bohm-Bawerk on Rae : G. W. Mixler. Oriental...

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Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

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...ification of mental disorders in the United States was the need to collect statistical information. The first official attempt was the 1840 census, wh... ...used a single category: "idiocy/insanity". Three years later, the American Statistical Association made an official protest to the U.S. House of Repre... ...th America), the APA developed a new guide for mental hospitals called the Statistical Manual for the Use of Institutions for the Insane. This include... ...ard.[12] DSM-I (1952) International Statistical Classification of Diseases (ICD), which included a section on m... ...urther revisions (resulting in its being called DSM-I), the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders was approved in 1951 and published i... ...l. Additionally, it has been noted that the DSM often uses definitions and terminology that are inconsistent with a recovery model, and such content c...

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Scientific Papers : Volume 2

By: Gibbs, J. Willard (Josiah Willard), 1839-1903

... 1 [Amer. Jour. Math., vol. n, pp. 49-64, 1879.] II. ON THE FUNDAMENTAL FORMULA OF STATISTICAL MECHANICS WITH APPLICATIONS TO ASTRONOMY AND THERMO- DY... ...) o> 3 ; and the equations of motion are a+c (b II. ON THE FUNDAMENTAL FORMULA OF STATISTICAL MECHANICS, WITH APPLICATIONS TO ASTRONOMY AND THERMODYN... ...have here not approached the limit of the application of our formula. In the usual terminology of the subject, the fundamental equation with intervals... ...iven line, although their position within those lines is immaterial. In Clifford's terminology, AB is a rotor, AB + CD a motor. In the language of Pro... ...of which the real part is positive the (complex) index of refraction, although the terminology is hardly settled in this respect. A negative value of ... ...t belonging to any particular swarm. This kind of investigation Maxwell has called statistical, and has in more than one passage signalized its diffic... ... with comets. It was presumably this discovery which led Professor Newton to those statistical investigations respecting comets, which we shall presen... ...ays by M. Schiaparelli and M. Le Verrier." t The first fruit of Professor Newton's statistical studies on comets appeared in 1878 in a paper "On the O...

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International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems

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... analogous (but limited to mental and behavioral disorders) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM, currently in version 5), the I... ...tal Disorders (DSM, currently in version 5), the ICD is a major project to statistically classify health disorders, and provide diagnostic assistance.... ...ify health disorders, and provide diagnostic assistance. The ICD is a core statistically-based classificatory diagnostic system for health care relate... ... Historical synopsis In 1860, during the international statistical congress held in London, American Public Health Association (AP... ...nditions, and its title was modified to reflect the changes: International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries and Causes of Death (ICD).... ...nosis-related group Medical terminology Current Procedural Terminol...

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Scientific Papers : Volume 1

By: Gibbs, J. Willard (Josiah Willard), 1839-1903

...TH the exception of Professor J. Willard Gibbs's last work, Elementary Principles in Statistical Mechanics* and of his lectures upon Vector Analysis, ... ...ssor Ostwald, and into French by Professor Le Chatelier. *" Elementary Principles in Statistical Mechanics developed with especial reference to the Ra... ...orthy of notice as showing that the fundamental ideas and methods of the treatise on Statistical Mechanics were well developed in the author's mind at... ...S, 1 [Amer. Jour. Math., vol. n, pp. 49-64, 1879.] II. ON THE FUNDAMENTAL FORMULA OF STATISTICAL MECHANICS WITH APPLICATIONS TO ASTRONOMY AND THERMO- ... ...lied a more direct proof of its validity. In his last work, Elementary Principles in Statistical Mechanics, JOSIAH WILLARD GIBBS. xxiii Professor Gib... ...from it, under the supposed conditions. If through the point of the few words on the terminology of this subject. If Professor Clausius had defined en... ...ges 745 ff. (Aberdeen). To be more readily understood, I shall use your notation and terminology, and consider the most simple case possible. Suppose ... ...more delicate question of the temperature at which that heat can be obtained. In the terminology of Clausius they must relate to entropy as well as to...

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Statistics

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... Statistical awards ... ... Statistical charts and diagrams ... ... Statistical data agreements ... ... Statistical data coding ... ... Statistical data sets ... ... Statistical terminology ... ... Statistical terminology ...

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Journal. Series a (General); Vol. 74

By: Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain); Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain). Journal; Statistical Society (Grear Britain). Journal

...ld Public Library.org SOCIETY, VOL. LXXIV Title: JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, VOL. LXXIV Author: Language: English Subject: Fic... ...... ... Vol. LXXIV.—Year 1910-11. (NEW SERIES.) \ NOTICE. The Council of the Koyal Statistical Society wish it to be under- atood that the Society is not re... ...sed in the Papers read before the Society or inserted in its Journal. ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY. HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE KING. COUNCIL, COMMITT... ...nd, London, W.C. CONTENTS. Vol. LXXIV.—Year 1910-11, December. 1910. PAGK A Statistical Survey of the Problems of Pauperism. The Presidential Address... ...re known as in-door aiid out-door relief. The rising generation like lengthy terminology and these two methods are now characterised as institutional ...

1838-1937, Journal ; Vols. for 1838-86 issued by the society under its earlier name: Statistical Society

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Antecedent variable

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