empirical method


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empirical method

A test method, the usefulness of which depends on a correlation or association between the endpoint measured and the biologic effect of interest, rather than on known or demonstrated mechanistic relationships.
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There is no empirical method, other than the general elections, through which the sovereign 'will of the people' can be measured.
Each empirical method uses a different way of measuring variation in the quantity of immigrants to generate wage estimates.
I felt that the Western empirical method was not suited to my temperament, nor to the nature of paranormal, supernatural or psychic phenomena it is supposed to study.
However, from a statistical viewpoint, DoF may be preferred because of its theoretical statistical background because CV can be characterized as an empirical method based on computational effort.
Modified Maximum Likelihood Method, Maximum Likelihood Method, Energy Pattern Method, Empirical Method and Method of Moments, to calculate the values of c and k.
These ways of knowing are different from the rational, empirical method of science or the legal reasoning of law.
Descriptive office quality classification based on rent intervals (Downs, 1980; Roberts, 1986; Graham and Bible, 1992; Ling and Archer, 2006; BOMA, 2011; Dermisi and McDonald, 2010), did not report the theoretical basis and empirical method used to identify office quality classes.
The work appears in the Proceedings of the 2011 Conference on Empirical Method in Natural Language Processing.
In order to enhance the robustness of the new method, we provide an empirical method to modify the eigenvalues to prohibit the spreading of noise eigenvalues caused by snapshot deficient and low SNR.
Behavioral laboratory experiments can be classified as an empirical method since they rely on the observation of behavior and on the analysis of data.
Design Methods: There are three design methods a) Empirical method.
Pragmatism's commitment to contextualization and empirical method differentiates it from other traditions and renders its notion of hope more useful and meaningful.

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