mixed model

mixed model

[′mikst ‚mäd·əl]
(statistics)
A model having both determinate and stochastic elements in its equations.
A model having both difference and differential equations.
A model containing both endogenous and exogenous elements.
In analysis of variance for a two-way layout, the combined rows and columns.
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Eing held prior to northumberland county council advertising to seek tenders from suitably qualified organisations with the intention of creating a mixed model of a framework and some minimum volume contracts in order to develop housing and support services for vulnerable young people aged 16 25.
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Generalized Estimating Equation (GEE) and mixed model methods were used in the missing data structures and for the purpose of evaluating the data completed with MI.
The performance of this more tractable well- mixed model based on Dalziel and Lane-Serff's correlation was assessed by comparing it to both the simple well mixed model results and the average concentration data, which was obtained from the CFD models.
The results show that the multi-trait mixed model can detect much more associations between single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and traits than single-trait analysis do.
This search led to the adoption by many, of what has been described as the mixed model approach to service delivery.
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There are three possible ways (the third being a variant of the second) appropriate for defining the two-way mixed model (McLean, Sanders, & Stroup, 1991; Schwarz, 1993).