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  • Face Recognition System

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    dimension reduction methods in varied forms can be generally classified into two groups: linear subspace analysis and manifold learning. One group of the dimension reduction methods is the linear subspace analysis. This group method is extensively studied after the application of principal component analysis (PCA) [5], Bayesian maximum likelihood (BML) [6-8], and linear discriminant analysis (LDA) [9,10] in face recognition. Though the projection axes are obtained through different methods, the

  • ABA Strategies for Language Acquisition and Development

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    response was modeled correctly, the experimenter would model the correct answer. If the child did not repeat the correct answer, the experimenter would provide a prompt. When the child stated the correct answer, the experimenter would provide descriptive praise. The results of this study showed that following the intervention 2 participants had quick acquisition and generalization. One participant gains did not meet acceptable levels until edibles items were made contingent. Lastly, one other

  • The English Indices of Deprivation

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    A., Dykes, J. & Wood, J., 2011. Exploring Uncertainty in Geodemographics with Interactive Graphics. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 17(12), pp.2545-2554. Smith, M.J. de, Goodchild, M.F. & Longley, P.A., 2008. Geospatial Analysis: A Comprehensive Guide to Principles, Techniques and Software Tools 2Rev Ed., Troubador Publishing. Sommer, S. & Wade, T. eds., 2006. A to Z GIS: An Illustrated Dictionary of Geographic Information Systems 2nd ed., Environmental Systems Research

  • Schools and Nutrition Policy

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    Melissa Rossiter, currently an Assistant Professor in Applied Human Nutrition at Mount Saint Vincent University and a Registered Dietician, conducted a descriptive study through the means of a questionnaire in 2007. This questionnaire, distributed to 130 prospective teachers, was intended to measured their “eating patterns”, “nutrition knowledge” and “personal health beliefs” as well as the “school’s food environment”, and the contribution these measures had on intended food practices in the classroom

  • Getting Development Software Done on Time

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    2009, pp. 453--475). Ionita and Hammer et al.,(2002) stated the currently available software architecture methods for analysis the software architecture quality are SAAM - Software Architecture Analysis Method, ATAM - Architecture Trade-off Analysis Method, CBAM - Cost Benefit Analysis Method, ALMA - Architecture Level Modifiability Analysis, FAAM - Family–Architecture Analysis Method (Ionita and Hammer et al., 2002) ATAM and CBAM are widely used architecture evolution method.[4] ATAM is for assessing

  • Teaching and Modifying Behaviors Through Applied Behavioral Analysis

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    Behavioral Analysis (ABA) has become a successful therapy to teach and modify behaviors of individuals living within the Autism Spectrum (Schreck & Mazur, 2008). Individuals acquiring a specialization within the field of applied behavior analysis are greatly the needed within the autism community (Schreck & Mazur, 2008). Individuals are interested in applied behavior analysis, as well as how one would pursue his or her education and career path. Goals Geared Toward Applied Behavior Analysis Applied

  • Functional Behavior Assessment Analysis

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    Functional behavior assessments are used by behavior analyst to determine the motivation for problem behaviors in clients with disabilities. With direct and indirect assessments of behavior, the behavior analyst can identify the target behavior and develop a hypothesis to test before then developing the behavior intervention plan. The accumulation of this knowledge to develop behavior intervention plans to change these behaviors is directed and regulated through the students individualized education

  • A Student's Struggle to Fit in a Generalized Classroom

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    that he may need to go on medication to maximize results. Luckily, Liam is only six years old and in kindergarten. Early prevention is a great start to overcoming problems in school settings before they affect more than just learning. Cost-Benefit Analysis Liam is at an age in his life where there could be side effects to intervening, but at the same time it is a critical age to get involved. There are benefits to not intervening; most of them involve the idea of Liam creating his own internal support

  • Statistical Methods in Quality Management: Descriptive Statistics

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    process. The descriptive or inferential analysis of the statistical methods can also provide information about the most likely causes of the problem. Statistical methods also have predictive value because they can identify potential problems before they have a significant impact on quality (Ryan, 3). Some of the statistical tools include descriptive statistics data such as frequency distributions, histograms, and inferential statistics analysis approaches such as regression analysis and analysis of variance

  • What Are The Difference Between Descriptive And Inferential Statistics

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    differences between descriptive and inferential statistics? Descriptive stats summarize data so the data can be comprehended. The researchers prepare a frequency distribution which shows the frequencies as descriptive statistics. Percentages, and averages are also descriptive statistics. Therefore, the descriptive statistics describe sets of data collected through observation. Then the statistics are organized in tables, pie charts, graphs etc. Researchers must be sure the kind of descriptive statistics