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cen·sor·ing

(sen'sōr-ing),
1. In epidemiology, loss of subjects from a follow-up study for various reasons.
2. Observations with unknown values from one end of a frequency distribution, beyond a measurement threshold.

cen·sor·ing

(sen'sŏr-ing)
1. epidemiology Loss of subjects from a follow-up study for unknown reasons.
2. Observations with unknown values from one end of a frequency distribution, beyond a measurement threshold.
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Recently, Kong and Nan [4] proposed an interesting approach based on ideas similar to that for right censored survival data, i.e., they used ideas similar to Cox models for right censored survival data for longitudinal data with left censoring. Yu et al.
Google said earlier this month it was not willing to continue censoring its search results for the Google.cn website and would pursue talks with the government.
Parametric bootstrap confidence intervals for the 95th percentile with no censoring varied in length from 0.0009 inches (0.0229 mm) to 0.0145 inches (0.3683 mm).
But the argument she makes about how factions within the ecclesiastical establishment used silence as a strategy of inhibiting public discourse as well as the more obvious strategies of silencing (censoring) or engaging debate presents yet another model of the complexity of vectors and motives that shape any given act of censorship as well as the production and circulation of public discourse.
"If you start censoring books because they have witches in them, where do you stop?
The purpose of this study was to evaluate attitudes of library science students towards censoring controversial materials on the World Wide Web viewed in the library by patrons.
Equating "not funding" with "censoring" is a fallacy akin to saying welfare reform forcibly prevents people from going to the grocery store.
Those who have had works challenged or whose work addresses controversial issues are routinely censoring their own artistic impulses.
The linear estimation methods are computationally simpler than the MLE methods; however, they are only applicable for Type II censoring. Krall, Utoff and Harley[4] proposed a forward-selection procedure for selecting the most important variables associated with survival by using MLE.
A little bit of censoring. Wilson Library Bulletin, 39(8), 652-657.
Nevertheless, a version of the law, censoring incisors intact, was passed overwhelmingly by both houses of Congress and signed into law by President Clinton this February 8.
Johnson, president of ACTOM (Aiming Christians Toward Our Mission Inc.), a technology consulting company in Des Moines, Iowa, says that cyberspace censoring itself just won't happen.