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The deliberate action of telling, writing, or documenting information that is inaccurate or incomplete.
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v to forge; to give a false appearance to anything, as to falsify a record.
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We will understand the integrity violation of DI happening by cloning as falsification of the digital image.
to research feasibility, taking into account the aim of the work, of simultaneous use of blocks of different (non-standard) shape for detection of falsification regions in DI;
Thus, first of all it is necessary to use splitting of its matrix into square blocks at simultaneous use of square, triangular, round blocks and blocks of irregular shape in process of detection of falsification regions in DI.
However, the optimality of progressive income taxation obtained in our income falsification environment is consistent with the observed progressivity of income tax systems used in many countries, including the United States.
In addition to the main result, we obtain an auxiliary result, which is more generally useful for studying the environments with costly state falsification, i.
Instead of introducing them in a specific form, we model tax avoidance indirectly by introducing a general income concealment technology similar to the costly state falsification technology of Lacker and Weinberg (1989).
She fails therefore to apply the critical approach to her own arguments by examining whether or not Popper responds and how effective his replies are to these alleged falsifications of his method.
First, if Munro feels that inductive reasoning, that is formal inductive reasoning as previously discussed, is "essential," she needs to provide the falsification of the powerful criticisms provided by Popper against its very existence.
The NII's recommendations call for all those involved in the falsification to be disciplined and for there to be a period of retraining.
But, in fact, the marriage of the concept of falsification with necplus ultra politicization has a very particular heritage dating to the onset of mature Stalinism.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Nazi-Soviet Pact, and in light of this as well as ongoing battles with official Ukrainian positions on genocide and the famine of 1933, the falsification commission could well be directed initially against historical battles in the Baltic states, Poland, and the "near abroad.
Even so, the falsification commission is not going away.