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Definition of the noun regularisation

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noun - plural: regularisations

  1. the condition of having been made regular (or more regular)
  2. the act of bringing to uniformity; making regular
    • lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
    • alternative spelling: regularization
    • synonym of regularisation: regulation
    • more generic word: control = the activity of managing or exerting control over something

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Google previewMICAI 2000: Advances in Artificial Intelligence (2006)

Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Acapulco, Mexico, April 11-14, 2000 Proceedings by Osvaldo Cairo, Enrique L. Sucar, Francisco J. Cantu

Regularisation is a very useful technique...

Google previewLunar Gravimetry (2002)

Revealing the Far-Side by Rune Floberghagen

While the basic framework for Tikhonov regularisation is the integral equation of the first kind and its transformation into a nearby well-posed (second kind) problem by including prior information, the core idea of biased estimation is to add ...

Google previewUndocumented Workers' Transitions (2012)

Legal Status, Migration, and Work in Europe by Sonia McKay, Eugenia Markova, Anna Paraskevopoulou

Regularisation is the least bad strategy. It is not a long-term solution but creates pockets of hope and opportunities for some people. (Interview with Baldwin- Edwards, 2008) Martin Baldwin-Edwards highlights the paradox of utilising migrant ...

Google previewPhilosophical Transactions (1897)

Mathematical and physical sciences. Series A. by Royal Society (Great Britain)

This species of regularisation is the natural extension to three dimensions of' SYLVESTER'S graphical method in two dimensions. Art. 43. SYLVESTER represents the partition (alagaa.

Google previewPerspectives on Supersymmetry II (2010)

by G. L. Kane

Regularisation is the process whereby the ...

Google previewManuscripts, Texts, Theology (2009)

Collected Papers 1977-2007 by David C. Parker

Regularisation is a feature of Collate that instructs the program to treat two words spelled differently as identical. For example, at 1 Jn 1.1 some manuscripts read ὑμῶν and not ἡμῶν. This is a common variation, generally resulting from the ...

Google previewPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1897)

Containing papers of a mathematical or physical character. Series A

This species of regularisation is the natural extension to three dimensions of SYLVESTER's graphical method in two dimensions. Art. 43. SYLVESTER represents the partition (a1a2a: .

Google previewAI 2006: Advances in Artificial Intelligence (2006)

19th Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Hobart, Australia, December 4-8, 2006, Proceedings by Abdul Sattar, Byeong Ho Kang

Once we accept the well supported perspective of the SVM community that regularisation is the way to generate robust empirical estimators and classifiers from noisy data [4,6], it naturally follows that we should get robust classifiers in the limit ...

Google previewMachine Learning (2012)

The Art and Science of Algorithms that Make Sense of Data by Peter Flach

Regularisation is a general method to avoid such overfitting by applying additional constraints to the weight vector. A common approach is to make sure the weights are, on average, small in magnitude: this is referred to as shrinkage. To show ...

Google previewEnvironment : Problems And Policies(encyclopaedia Of Environment), Vol# 2 (2005)

by Ed. K.R. Gupta

No further regularisation of encroachment on forests should be permitted. (ii) Coastal Areas : Development activities in the ...

Google previewAdvance Dictionary of Tourism (1997)

by Ascem Anand

Regularisation of standards of lodgings and restaurants; 4. Control of activities of private travel agencies; 5. Publicity oversears; 6. Technical and juridical problems; 7. International relations; 8.

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Pronunciation for Current English (2017)

by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.

lor, -Z regularisation BR regjelorAI'Zeisn AM regjelo rai'Zeis(e)n, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Theatre Anthropology (2011)

The Secret Art of the Performer by Eugenio Barba, Nicola Savarese

These rhythms are established by the various sensorymotor reflex systems which assure the regularisation of tonic postural activity. The amplitude and frequency of the oscillations of the body's axis can be measured with the stato-kinesimeter ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Gender Equality Through Women Empowerment (2005)

by Maya Majumdar

In the beginning the Sangham concentrated on the struggles for an increase in wages, regularisation of working hours, and for protesting all sorts of oppression including the oppression of women. It adopted a number of methods in satisfying ...

Google previewGeostatistical Glossary and Multilingual Dictionary (1991)

by Ricardo A. Olea, International Association for Mathematical Geology. Committee on Geostatistics

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Scrabble value of R1E1G2U1L1A1R1I1S1A1T1I1O1N1

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