additive model

ad·di·tive mod·el

a model in which the combined effect of several factors is the sum of the effects that would be produced by each of the factors in the absence of the others.

ad·di·tive mod·el

(adi-tiv modĕl)
One in which the combined effect of several factors is the sum of the effects that would be produced by each of the factors in the absence of the others.
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Generalised Additive Model (GAM) mean fitted surfaces are a powerful exploratory and predicting tool that accounts for trends in space and can produce results as good as the more traditional methods (Drexler and Ainsworth 2013).
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Genotypes were allotted code of 0/1/2 rendering the number of minor alleles under an additive model of inheritance.
These significant differences can also be observed when the weighted additive model is used under the two philosophies.
Medeiros present a study with an additive model used to evaluate alternatives for selecting a strategic information system using FITradeoff, which is a new method for eliciting the weights of criteria.
We can calculate the relative selection coefficient based upon this theorem and the linear additive model.
More precisely, the model predicts the semantic compositionality score as a linear combination of the prediction of the additive model, the multiplicative model, and the two individual constituents model:
3], the additive model including Reef and Subsidy (Table 1), provided the best fit for Total Recruits (AIC [w.
An application of the generalized additive model to groundfish survey data with Atlantic cod off the northeast coast of the United States as an example.
The simplest of these models, the additive model and the multiplicative model, were found to describe a host of judgmental phenomena in domains as diverse as psychophysics (Anderson, 1970) and social psychology (Anderson, 1971).
Diapause and non-diapause response to a combination of temperature and day-length can be exactly described either by the generalized linear odel or the generalized additive model (Hastie & Tibshirani 1990).
Moreover, "an extension of the gender additive model may be that depression tends to lead to increasingly maladaptive dieting behaviors as women become both more desperate to lose weight and more psychologically unfit to make healthy choices," Dr.