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REGRESS. Returning; going back opposed to ingress. (q.v.)

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Previous works mostly focus on designing a robust feature mapping function or a specific form of stage regressors [7].
(8) As is well known, omitted variable bias has the same sign of the correlation between each included regressor and the omitted variable.
The key idea of this research is to utilize the following three methods: the extended Kalman filter (EKF), the Savitzky-Golay filter (SGF), and the regressor matrix.
The explained variation of male BW was nearly 90.6% R2 and 90.3 % adjusted R2 with the significant regressors viz.
The Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process satisfies the part of Condition I2 on the regressor's density in [21, page 136].
Learning the map from radio parameters to node position to obtain the support vector regressors ensemble is discussed in Section 2.
The stepwise regression, which is adopted in this work, is a systematic method for adding and removing regressors from a MLR model based on their statistical significance [19].
During the creation of regression models, collinearity can occur, which causes invalid results for individual regressors, although the overall model still can have good predictability.
Best ranked models ([DELTA][AIC.sub.c] < 2) of the negative binomial regression, with the trail data as the outcome and the transect data as the regressor. Variables included [AIC.sub.c] [DELTA] Weight [AIC.sub.c] Log(transect data) + Slope 206.6 0 0.204 + Arable field + Black Forest valleys + SPGrassland Log(transect data) + Slope + 206.9 0.29 0.177 Arable field Log(transect data) + Slope + 207.1 0.46 0.162 Arable field + SPGrassland Log(transect data) + Slope + 207.8 1.17 0.114 Arable field + Black Forest valleys Log(transect data) + Slope + 208.6 1.96 0.076 Arable field + Black Forest valleys + SPGrassland + SPShannon Table 2.