nominal data

nominal data

nominal data

a type of data in which there are limited categories but no order.
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Queensland performs better using the nominal data including trade due a strong lift in exports.
Final 2014 nominal data shows a significant (9 per cent) slowdown in the mining and energy sector, relating to lower oil prices.
It then searches the knowledge base of nominal data (training data) and returns the distance between real-time and the nearest nominal data vectors (Matthews, Srivastava, Iverson, Beil, & Lane, 2011) (Martin, Schwabacher, & Matthews, 2010).
For this test, nominal data was defined as the month of May 2005 when no caging was present.
To obtain real returns, nominal data for each period were adjusted for, respectively, U.
Fourth, you need to use real data, not nominal data.
Procedures that use nominal data are presented before those that use ordinal or interval and ratio data.
Using a shape model, together with nominal data on Deimos' position and rotational state, we predicted the limb that would be observed from the spacecraft.
These values are used in robot control module, but in the simulation model, there must be used nominal data according to the layout.
The gap between the real and nominal data reflected falling prices in the economy and the contraction was largely due to the one-time effect of surging vegetable prices in the previous quarter, the office said.
This is the first period of the war for which we have extensive nominal data on the English army, as a current Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded project (www.