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in·fer·ence

(in'fĕr-ens),
The logical process of passing from observations and axioms to generalizations; in statistics, the development of generalizations from sample data, usually with calculated degrees of uncertainty.

inference

(in′f(ĕ-)rĕns)
A conclusion drawn by a logical analysis of the available evidence.

inference

a conclusion about a population derived from a sample of the population.
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Another is that logical inference in Bayesian network becomes calculations of probabilities, which are supported by the probability theory (Wang, 2005b).
The logical inference is that he has deliberately made it as difficult as possible to follow the money.
Reason functions as judge both for conferring conceptual meaning on cognitions and for the act of logical inference, which requires that the conceptual contents of cognitions be compatible with one another.
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Expert systems are intended to provide physicians with advice on patient problems through the use of artificial intelligence software that draws conclusions or problem solves through logical inference.
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I am gambling on him backing up a bit from his Sandown run, despite the logical inference that today's flat track at Newbury should suit him better.
The combination of the three provides NQL with building blocks for the categorization of content, intelligent behavior, predictive systems, pattern recognition, and logical inference.

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