empirically determined

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  • The simple but empirically determined consciousness of my own existence proves the existence of external objects in space. Cited from The Critique of Pure Reason, by Immanuel Kant
  • It must start from certain empirically determined facts. Cited from Bygone Beliefs, by H. Stanley Redgrove
  • According to Carnap, studying physical space means examining the relationship between empirically determined objects.
  • Particular laws, inasmuch as they concern empirically determined phenomena, cannot be entirely deduced from pure laws, although they all stand under them. Cited from The Critique of Pure Reason, by Immanuel Kant
  • The findings produced by his research consist, for the first time, of empirically determined highly specific and operational types of creative processes.
  • Consequently, for any alignment situation gap placement must be empirically determined.
  • First, positions of and distance between electrodes are empirically determined to obtain strongest EMG thus least crosstalk.
  • Since we can define the properties that the ideal member of a class should have, the value of any actual object can be empirically determined by comparing it to the ideal.
  • However, the parameters of these filters have to be empirically determined.
  • Biomass estimates are often converted to an energy measure, such as kilocalories, by an empirically determined conversion factor.
  • To ask how, is at once to indicate an ultimate departure from the philosophical point of view; for the means to an end are different, and to be empirically determined. Cited from The Psychology of Beauty, by Ethel D. Puffer
  • Conversely, if one reactant has a known quantity and the quantity of product can be empirically determined, then the amount of the other reactants can also be calculated.
  • Before the discovery of isotopes, empirically determined noninteger values of atomic mass confounded scientists.
  • This chance may be calculated on the basis of Quetelet's law, whenever the agreement of the fluctuation of the quality under consideration has been empirically determined. Cited from Species and Varieties, by Hugo DeVries
  • This is a close match to the empirically-determined value of 6.9 solar radii.
  • In 1896 Wien empirically determined a distribution law of blackbody radiation, later named after him: Wien's law.
  • The psychoacoustic model uses an empirically determined masking model to determine which sub-bands contribute more to the masking threshold, and how much quantization noise each can contain without being perceived.
  • Scott's (1964) finite set of cancellation conditions can be used to indirectly test these axioms; the extent of such testing being empirically determined.
  • In 1896, Wilhelm Wien empirically determined a distribution law of black-body radiation, known as Wien's law in his honor.
  • Some of the Klemantans practise a third method to determine when the time for sowing is at hand, using a bamboo some feet in length which bears a mark at a level which is empirically determined. Cited from The Pagan Tribes of Borneo, by Hose & McDougall
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