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descriptive

adjective characterizing, circumstantial, classificatory, clear, definitional, definitive, delineative, detailed, eloquent, explanatory, explicatory, expository, graphic, identifying, illuminating, illustrative, interpretive, lifelike, narrative, particularized, photographic, pictorial, realistic, representative, revealing, specific, true to life, vivid, well-drawn
Associated concepts: descriptive calls, descriptive term, deecriptive trade name, descriptive trademark, descriptive word
See also: demonstrative, detailed, illustrative, informatory, narrative
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14 June 2019 - Irish video games industry technical services provider Keywords Studios plc (LSE: KWS) has acquired the entire equity share capital of Canada-based Descriptive Video Works Inc from its founder, Diane Johnson, the company said.
In the context of manufacturing, a control chart is descriptive; a logistic regression to predict machine failure is predictive; a scheduling algorithm to minimize changeover cost is prescriptive.
BA has three methods used to analyze data; descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive.
On the whole, 94.4% of the total research studies used descriptive method of research while only 3.7% employed comparative studies.
Keywords: ABC recording, data collection, descriptive assessment, problem behavior, teacher training
Secondly, we appreciate your suggestion for a multi-variable analysis to account for an enriched statistical analysis, however, the authors resorted to a descriptive analysis of this retrospective data due to a small sample size, which could only be obtained after a comprehensive screening of over 2000 relevant files.
This look at business intelligence is the first in a series that will examine cases to move you from descriptive, diagnostic, and predictive to prescriptive analytics.
Sometimes, PhD students are warned that descriptive studies are not viewed as serious research, and that theory development is a long and intensive process and probably not the best choice for a beginning researcher.
Algebraic Computability and Enumeration Models: Recursion Theory and Descriptive Complexity
Background: The purpose of this study is to identify predictors of alcohol use based on personal values and several constructs from the Integrated Behavioral Model (i.e., attitudes, injunctive norms and descriptive norms) among undergraduate college students.
Descriptive marks are weaker still but can be registered if they have acquired secondary meaning.
This paper focuses on Descriptive Inquiry, an educational approach to children based on a progressive philosophy.

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