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- Much more complicated equations of state have been empirically derived, but they all have the above implicit form.
- So Plato's law of non-contradiction is the empirically derived necessary starting point for all else he has to say.
- Most of our empirically derived general notions are spotted with such defects. Cited from The Elements of General Method, by Charles A. McMurry
- However, since several studies have shown the interest of using empirically derived power curve instead of theoretical ones, theoretical power curves are less and less considered.
- The empirically derived law was first proposed by economist Aaron Director.
- One empirically-derived model proposes two dimensions (thinking and feeling) and three clusters: bond, information, and role.
- The standards state that risk assessments should be empirically derived to predict pretrial failure.
- Unlike other projective tests the SCT has a number of strong, empirically derived rules that drive a rater's scoring method.
- Most empirically derived credit scoring systems have between 10 and 20 variables.
- Some of these have been developed for particular industries and empirically derived such as ISO 7933 and WBGT.
- The extent to which a material can resist the evaporation of water is best treated on a case-by-case basis, however, a number of empirically derived formulas have been reported.
- Intermediate values are generally given by the empirically derived Nikuradse diagram, though analytical methods for solving for this range have also been proposed.
- Systematic treatment selection (STS) is an empirically derived approach to the practice of psychotherapy.
- In parallel, molecular orbital theory was applied in a more approximate manner using some empirically derived parameters in methods now known as semi-empirical quantum chemistry methods.
- Permeability needs to be measured, either directly (using Darcy's law), or through estimation using empirically derived formulas.
- Since that time protein chemical shift prediction has evolved to employ much more sophisticated approaches including quantum mechanics, machine learning and empirically derived chemical shift hypersurfaces.
- These completions are then scored by comparing them against typical items in empirically derived scoring manuals for men and women and by assigning to each response a scale value from 0to6.
- The bispectral index is a statistically based, empirically derived complex parameter.
- Most of the physical properties of astatine have been estimated (by interpolation or extrapolation), using various theoretically grounded or empirically derived methods.
- Many of the equations used for determining the output of mixers are empirically derived, or contain empirically-derived constants.