# inference

• 61Inference Engine —   A computer program which uses a knowledge base to make a decision. See also Expert system …

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• 62inference engine — /ˈɪnfərəns ɛndʒən/ (say infuhruhns enjuhn) noun Computers software that applies rules in the knowledge base to facts held in the database …

• 63Statistical inference — In statistics, statistical inference is the process of drawing conclusions from data that are subject to random variation, for example, observational errors or sampling variation.[1] More substantially, the terms statistical inference,&#8230; …

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• 64Bayesian inference — is statistical inference in which evidence or observations are used to update or to newly infer the probability that a hypothesis may be true. The name Bayesian comes from the frequent use of Bayes theorem in the inference process. Bayes theorem&#8230; …

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• 65Rule of inference — In logic, a rule of inference (also called a transformation rule) is a function from sets of formulae to formulae. The argument is called the premise set (or simply premises ) and the value the conclusion . They can also be viewed as relations&#8230; …

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• 66Biological network inference — Many types of biological networks exist. Few such networks are known in anything approaching their complete structure, even in the simplest bacteria. Still less is known on the parameters governing the behavior of such networks over time, how the …

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• 67Regle d'inference — Règle d inférence Dans un système logique, les règles d inférence sont les règles qui fondent le processus de déduction, de dérivation ou de démonstration. L application des règles sur les axiomes du système permet d en démontrer les théorèmes.&#8230; …

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• 68Règle d'inférence — Dans un système logique, les règles d inférence sont les règles qui fondent le processus de déduction, de dérivation ou de démonstration. L application des règles sur les axiomes du système permet d en démontrer les théorèmes. Sommaire 1&#8230; …

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• 69Deep inference — names a general idea in structural proof theory that breaks with the classical sequent calculus by generalising the notion of structure to permit inference to occur in contexts of high structural complexity. The term deep inference is generally&#8230; …

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• 70Type inference — Type inference, or implicit typing, refers to the ability to deduce automatically the type of a value in a programming language. It is a feature present in some strongly statically typed languages. It is often characteristic of but not limited to …

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