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generalize

verb assume, conclude, deal in generaliiies, discuss in the abstract, draw inferences, generatim, hypothesize, ignore distinctions, loqui, make a generalizaaion, suppose, surmise, theorize, universalize, universe
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Item-level analysis of test-score gains in Chicago during the 1990s reveals that math gains were disproportionately focused in certain areas, and therefore may not generalize to alternative performance measures, particularly those that tap other domains of knowledge.
At some point RFT would predict that the operant of combining relations would itself generalize (p.
Further, we will generalize relative properties of such matrices to some more general cases, including the generalized m-power transformations.
Hence, g is generalize derivation (of type 2) on R.
It covers Schwartz's and Silva's theories of distributions, pseudofunctions, direct product and convolution, convergence, sequential theories of distributions, Fourier transforms and ultradistributions, periodic ultradistributions and ultradistributions of exponential type, Cauchy transform, Sato hyperfunctions, Fourier-Carelmann transform, intrinsic products, generalized functions and operators, generalizes function calculus, infinitesimal theories of distributions and Colombeau-Biagioni generalized functions, nonstandard analysis and a nonstandard theory of hyperfunctions.
The text presents well-know analyses based on Gaussian data and generalizes them to a much broader family of problems that are linked to binary, positive, integer, ordinal, and qualitative data.