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a priori

Deduced from first principles; in the first instance; without prior knowledge
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The complexity breakdown required for the a-priori probability is shown in Table 7.
El objetivo de la aplicacion del Modelo estadistico A-priori es extraer un conjunto de reglas de los datos y destaca aquellas reglas con un mayor contenido de informacion sobre el proceso de uso de la plataforma educativa.
The first general a-priori principle he developed was the principle of relativity, i.
Our approach is unsupervised and makes no use of a-priori knowledge about language-specific patterns.
Drawn from the model our a-priori expectations or the expected behaviour of the independent variables on the dependent variable were: [FoS.
To relax this condition we resort to nonnegative definite Lyapunov functional to obtain the a-priori bound on all possible T -periodic solutions of Eqn.
We omit these details and continue with deriving some a-priori bounds.
Why, aside the glamour factor of a form with such authorial appeal--Shakespeare, Herbert, Donne (explicitly referenced), Keats, Hopkins--is there such a desire to label poems in this a-priori way?
In addition, a careful manual revision of the original a-priori classification was achieved by an expert not involved in the previous labeling of the data set.
To determine a-priori coordinates with sufficient precision for each site, the Precise Point Positioning (PPP) procedure was applied.
Kant busca una explicacion en la opcion de ver si hubiese correspondencia con objetos trascendentales, es decir a-priori, puestos, bien por el entendimiento para conocer, en funcion de la formacion de conceptos, o bien, por la razon, para ordenarlos.
For obvious reasons, no organization would "choose" a-priori this type of implementation.