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empirical method

A test method, the usefulness of which depends on a correlation or association between the endpoint measured and the biologic effect of interest, rather than on known or demonstrated mechanistic relationships.
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Her scientific papers have appeared in such journals as Computational Linguistics, Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics, and Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research and in conference proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) and Empirical Methods for Natural Language Processing (EMNLP).
One reason for the substantial disagreement about the effects of immigration on wages is that there are several different empirical methods that economists use to study the wage relationship even though there is a relatively uniform theory (Altonji and Card 1991).
Rob Simmons (Lancaster University) discussed empirical methods in sport economics, and had the participants work on cases.
The researchers stress that their empirical methods determine "winners" through the patent lottery, not by the quality of the first patent, which avoids many potentially confounding effects.
They discuss ancient ideas from those like Lao-Tzu, conceptual foundations, neuropsychology, information processing, and empirical methods up to World War II; empirical studies since 1960, on processing stages and effort, orienting of attention, executive network, and alerting; theories of attention since 1960, including behavioral-computational, neuronal, neural system, and connectionist models; and applications of attention in development, consciousness, human performance, training, and pathology.
Three empirical methods namely RMR, Q-System and GSI were used to assess and classify the rock mass along axis of tunnel namely.
Coleman's argument is that NR, while helpful in various respects, also has been too accommodating to science, its constraints and empirical methods, and thereby has both minimized theology's distinctiveness and subjected its work to scientific frameworks and presuppositions.
In EMNLP 2014: Proceedings of the Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing.
The use of empirical methods in legal science can lead to results that cannot be achieved by the methods of traditional law research.
Lessons are presented on a global level, using examples from various countries with proven empirical methods that have served as milestones for the area of study.
Human Language Technology and Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, 347-354.
In his opening remarks during the discussion, Al Suwaidi said, his "aim [in writing] The Mirage was to produce a comprehensive scholarly study covering a number of political-religious groups, blending theoretical and empirical methods.

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