Let us have a learning set
[mathematical expression not reproducible], where i ranges over some finite totally ordered set (see Section 2.3 for an example of the learning set
During repeated reversal training, the children were subjected to fewer sessions in final reversals compared to the initial one, indicating a reversal learning set
. The data from three children also provided evidence of functional class formation (Lionello-DeNolf et al.
Discrimination/reversal learning and learning set
. Discrimination/reversal testing was initiated at 75 days of age and implemented using a touch screen computer program modeled after the Wisconsin General Testing Apparatus (Harlow and Bromer 1938).
(2010) An exploratory evaluation of an action learning set
within a mental health service.
The Inquiry into Family Learning set
out to explore how family learning interventions could support the most vulnerable and at-risk families, giving them the resources they need to make the most of the opportunities available to them.
Stephen Kramer, co-owner of Lorikeet Learning set
up the reward packages for contributing fellows of Lorikeet's campaign on crownfuner.com.
Often, in classification problems, the only known fact is the learning set
Mark's biology teachers whose love of teaching and learning set
examples for both colleagues and students.
After the learning set
of a minimum number of samples has been run, the device starts to output QIS scores.
At the heart of the process is the 'action learning set
As already stated, the key concept here is the notion of explanatory power drawn from Thagard and Nowak (1990): it corresponds to the ratio of the learning set
explained by a theory.
To apply the principles of the sensitivity analysis, we propose a framework for controlled modification of the input (learning set
) and outputs (regression predictions) in supervised learning setting.