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Maths Logic (of a proof) making the validity of the successive steps completely explicit
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The use of combined methodological perspectives, of diverse empirical materials and the participation of several researchers in a single study need to be seen as a strategy for more rigorousness, scale, complexity, variety and depth in any research work (DENZIN; LINCOLN, 2011).
In summary, this paper trains MKNet as the final model, which has obvious advantages both from the rigorousness of the algorithm design principle and the comparison of the prediction results.
The first is the comprehensiveness and rigorousness of the repurchase arrangement or the shortfall replenishment measure on the debt agreement, which is used to ensure that the contract that contains the payment obligation becomes a debt of the supporter.
In its rigorousness and earnestness, it was a critical rebuttal to the facile cyborgian optimism seen elsewhere in the show.
Most of the time, case studies are seen to increase the rigorousness of research and improve the accuracy, validity, and reliability of findings (Miles and Huberman, 1994).
Religion and advertising in the consumer society (2014), Etica si administratia publica sub presiunea eticii (2015)) are under the sign of a beneficial rationalizing posture which, beyond the constitutive balance and natural call on method and rigorousness, is capable to finely delineate multiple phenomena, concepts, connections that are relevant for the spiritual and symbolic geography of today's world.
This is not a reflection of the thoroughness or rigorousness of the author's approach, but rather is simply one of the occupational hazards involved in empirical analysis of a moving target like Pirate Politics.
(Piotroski, 2014) Satisfactory financial accounting may inoculate rigorousness, advance reliability, and enable systematic management (full financial disclosure may put forward public accountability).
The meaning of rigorousness is twofold: (i) the data of plasma sheath for a hypersonic cone-like body is obtained by numerically solving the Navier-Stokes equation under some appropriate conditions, rather than being assigned by assumptions, and (ii) the analysis of scattering is based on reliable computational electromagnetics methods, rather than based on approximate analytical evaluations.
Therefore, for the sake of scientific accuracy and rigorousness, the fat layer and the lean layer of stewed pork with brown sauce were analyzed separately throughout this investigation.
Inasmuch as heterogeneity, this can be explained based on the variability in the rigorousness of the application and the standardized test to assess it.
The occurrence and rigorousness of arthritis were determined by macroscopic arthritic scoring method.