variable behavior

variable behavior

Etymology: L, variare, to diversify; AS, bihabban, to behave
a response, activity, or action that may be modified by individual experience. Compare invariable behavior.
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1) shows an extremely variable behavior and a decreasing trend and no constant long run mean, all of this suggests the series may be non-stationary; Following the Box Jenkins methodology the series correlogram was examined without finding clear evidence of non-stationary behavior.
The recordings were not normalized over time, given that individuals from a particular species have variable behavior in the length and structure of their song.
Note that the original sampling at 45 kHz has variable behavior with peaks of elevated or null magnitude and the sampling at 8 kHz registered a lower interval of characterization
1969) and in individuals typically low in variable behavior (e.
The student's violent behavior begins at a moderate to high level, with slightly variable behavior.
Figure 4 presents the controlled variable behavior, according to the used parameter values.
has concluded that the "original' event, seen in data from the Pioneer Venus orbiter, was not due to a comet at all, and was simply an example of the well-known variable behavior of the solar wind.
This capability is especially well suited for situations in which relatively few input variables are available and the output variable behavior is dynamic.
We can produce statistical analysis of what's important and where we have variable behavior within our personnel.
In real human terms, these exposures result from such variable behaviors as nutrition and lifestyle.
For example, Heider (as cited in Weary & Edwards, 1996) stated that "man grasps reality and can predict and control it by referring transient and variable behaviors and events to relatively unchanging conditions, the so-called dispositional properties of the world" (p.
551(**) Externalizing Internalizing Independent Variable Behaviors Behaviors Dependent Variable Persistent poverty -- -- Child's age -- -- Male -- Black -- -- Hispanic -- -- Maternal birth age -- Maternal education -- -- Maternal AFQT score -- -- Number of siblings -- -- Stably unmarried -- -- Unstably married -- -- Emotional unresponsiveness -.

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