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Definition of the noun Subgrouping
What does Subgrouping mean as a name of something?
- A subgroup
Subgrouping in linguistics is the division of a language family into its constituent branches.
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Basic and Advanced SPC Methods and Case Studies by Raymond G. Carey, Larry V. Stake
Rational Subgrouping Rational subgrouping means that instead of arranging the data sequentially in a time series, you would...
Rational subgrouping is a good alternative to rational ordering either when there is very little data for each unit, ...
A logical approach by G. Halevi, R. Weill
The logic behind rational subgrouping is that if the variability between pieces within a subgroup is entirely due to common causes, then the differences in subgrouping averages and range will be due to assignable causes. The effect of ...
by Nick Kanas, Dietrich Manzey
Subgrouping is a common phenomenon, and if the subgroups do not interact with one another at least part of the time, it sets up the potential for misunderstandings and miscommunication that can negatively affect the mission. In contrast ...
by Jeffrey L. Kleinberg
Importantly, functional subgrouping is a necessary and sufficient condition for establishing a systems-centered group. The systems-centered perspective provides an alternative to leader-centered, person-centered, group-centered or even ...
by Brian MacWhinney
A final subgrouping is that of the "non-language-specific" utterances.
Rational subgrouping means that you sample from the process by selecting subgroups in such a way that special causes are more likely to occur between subgroups rather than within subgroups. Shewhart control charts are broadly classified ...
Clinical Trials Dictionary (2012)
Terminology and Usage Recommendations by Curtis L. Meinert
especially such a difference for some baseline subgrouping variable; such a difference considered to be statistically significant; a treatment by subgroup interaction. rt:treatment interaction subgrouping cutpointn The value of a subgrouping ...
by Martin Weik
A subgrouping of telephone users for the sake of rate distinction.
An Encyclopedia of Language (2002)
by N.E. Collinge
TheBantu groupof languages, the firsttobe recognised in subSaharan Africa, isnowknown tobeonlyarelatively lowlevel subgrouping withinNiger Kordofanian, eventhough it occupiesalmost allofthesouthern partof thecontinent. Languages ...
Volume 5: Asia/Pacific by Katherine Brisbane, Ravi Chaturvedi, Ramendu Majumdar, Chua Soo Pong, Minoru Tanokura
A subgrouping of the ruhozi is the pantomime genre, lal bazi (play of the mute), which emerged more from dance. In about 1917, popular comedies of this type began to appear in Tehran and survived a precarious period of closings and ...
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