Both the overall and 10-fold cross-validation risk estimate was 0.274 (std error=0.30) when evaluating the descriptive model
of non-ambulatory patients with a classification tree.
For all drying conditions, the Midilli-Kucuk Model was the best descriptive model
In this paper the methodology and the nonlinear descriptive models
for each of these genomes will be reviewed.
(41) If the descriptive model
of evidence acts like a survey, then the normative model acts like a blueprint, illustrating a desired form that we might wish fact-finding inference to take.
* Is there some descriptive language [L.sub.D] such that there are purely descriptive model
classes determined by a theory in some intensional theoretical augmentation of [L.sub.D] that can not be determined by a theory any nonintensional theoretical augmentation [L.sub.D]?
They replace a static descriptive model
of Hutterite society--which has served us well for thirty years--with a more complex post-modern vision of a culture evolving and mutating.
In his book "Managing," Mintzberg presented the same descriptive model
he had developed in 1994, but this time he added the concern for managerial effectiveness (Mintzberg, 2009).
Although sociocultural space could be a universal descriptive model
in and of itself, it also forms a conceptual pair with sociocultural time.
This planned research should lead to the creation of application design patterns which should be used as a descriptive model
showing the correct and most effective way of programming the client-server communicating applications.
is preferred as method in this research.
The authors captured what they saw and built a descriptive model
based on their findings.
Based upon the results of this study it is recommended that the proposed model be viewed by stakeholders as a descriptive model
and not a prescriptive model (Lambeth, 2008).