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TEST. Something by which to ascertain the truth respecting another thing. 7 Penn. St. Rep. 428; 6 Whart. 284. Vide Religious Test.

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We still live in a multiverse, but now it's one with limited possibilities, which makes it more easily testable.
In its 1st year, the 2,927 kits were distributed and 1,543 testable specimens received, of which 7.9% tested positive for Chlamydia and 1% for gonorrhea.
The company offers business continuity management software and professional planning services along with fully customizable and testable solutions, which include restored communications systems, mobile and onsite business recovery centers, data backup and recovery using the cloud and quick shipment of office technology.
Because REGARDS is an observational study, this proposed target SBP range should be viewed as a testable hypothesis worthy of confirmation in a large, randomized, antihypertensive treatment study in the elderly, Dr.
Get the group to work on one idea at a time and develop them into testable concepts.
Her award was for the development of the Chameleon Mechanism, a novel theory which has provided a locally testable theory explaining the mysterious force causing the universe to accelerate--so-called Dark Energy.
"The hypothesis that pumice provided a unique physical substrate in which life got its start is exciting and testable," Sherry L.
Rumelhart's computer simulations of perception gave scientists some of the first testable models of neural processing and proved helpful in the development of machine learning and artificial intelligence.
This offers the first real-world guide to Acceptance Test-Driven-Development (ATDD), and presents keys to developing software with testable results.
Using the taxonomy to cluster programs and identify testable hypotheses will invite researchers to consider new research questions that will lead to improvements in PSE programs, in person-program fit, and in program-institutional fit.
This study relies on testable scientific detail from the biblical creation texts and the book of nature.
Gotham argues that string theorists "have indicated various ways in which [string theory] is testable and falsifiable," even if these tests are not currently performable, but that intelligent design can be made to fit with any facts whatsoever and is therefore not testable even in principle.