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causal

adjective causative, compelling, conductive, constitutive, creative, determinant, determinative, effectual, formative, generating, generative, inception, inducing, influential, institutive, instrumental, originating, originative, productive
Associated concepts: causal connection, causal negligence, causal relationship
See also: causative
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Indeed, the laws of identity, causality, and non-contradiction are so fundamental that they are not rationally deniable.
However, Zhang and Wei (2010) analyzed the cointegration and causality relationship between brent oil and gold market prices for 2000-20008 period.
Granger causality also exists in the inverse: economic variables Granger-cause financial variables.
Table 1 is a representation of the Integrated Causal Process Field, the analytics of how it is determined, all the explanation being performed in Part Three as an application of Causality Analysis
This procedure removes arbitrariness in choosing the lag length in statistical tests of causality.
Kara Richardson engages with Helen Hattab's and Robert Pasnau's view that formal causality is collapsing into efficient causality for Suarez.
2) Based on the Granger Causality in large-scale WLANs, this paper proposes traffic prediction method integrating Granger Causality and Vector Auto-Regression (GCVAR), to predict the traffic flow in large-scale WLANs.
In fact, studies have shown that the introduction of a third variable into a bivariate setting would not only change the direction of causality, but it could also change the magnitude of the results.
The homogenous and non-homogenous causality analysis reveals the bidirectional causality between trade openness and energy consumption.
2011) investigate the causality relationships among energy consumption, carbon dioxide emissions and income in India by adopting a dynamic modeling approach.
The issue of final causality is addressed in lecture 5, entitled "The Principle of Final Causality.