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Interpretability and learning in neuro-fuzzy systems, Fuzzy Sets and Systems 147(1): 1738.
Distribution and Anchor-Based Approaches Provided Different Interpretability Estimates for the Hydrocephalus Outcome Questionnaire.
Four factors remained consistent from the four- to seven-factor solutions, with the six-factor solution (see Tables 1, 2, and 3) chosen based on clear interpretability of the entire set of factors and adequate number of items per factor.
the experimental treatments) have the intended transparency and interpretability that they assume.
If one were interested solely in characterizing pollutant gradients from roadways, then the AR model may be the most appropriate model to use given the reduced uncertainty (compared with the initial additive model) and the increased physical interpretability (compared with the model with long-term time trends).
One clear advantage of probabilistic methods is the interpretability of the constructed clusters.
20,21) In a recent study (16) analyzing the root cause of error in cases detected by cytologic-histologic correlation, the authors proposed a no-fault system based on specimen interpretability.
After we completed descriptive statistical procedures, we used a two-way mixed-measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) to test the hypotheses; we did not examine a three-way interaction because of limited interpretability and practical benefits.
However, if all three indicators reflect questionable interpretability, no feedback about the specific focuses of the client's career decision-making difficulties should be provided.
Among their topics are latent growth model analysis, assessing generalizability and interpretability in multilevel data structures with unbalanced multifaceted measurements, testing for evidence of construct validity, comparing the effect on the development of graduate capabilities of the differing teaching and learning environments in three discipline areas, non-linear structural equation modeling, and applying longitudinal panel data analysis to parenting quality and child externalizing behavior.
Given that there were no a priori hypotheses regarding the specific number of factors that should emerge, a variety of criteria were used to decide on an appropriate number of factors to retain: the Kaiser criterion (Kaiser, 1970), the scree test (Zwick & Velicer, 1982), parallel analysis (Zwick & Velicer, 1982), and extent of interpretability (Fabrigar, Wegener, MacCallum, & Strahan, 1999).
The comparability of language and similarity of interpretability (Sperber, 2004) of the original and back-translated versions were then discussed and compared.