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  1. List of statistics articles

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    Armitage–Doll multistage model of carcinogenesis Arrival theorem Artificial neural network Ascertainment bias ASReml – software Association (statistics) Association

  2. Gregory D. Hager

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    C Lea, MD Flynn, R Vidal, A Reiter, GD Hager (2017). "Temporal convolutional networks for action segmentation and detection." Proceedings of the IEEE

  3. Timeline of quantum computing

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    atoms and photons and is the progenitor of modern quantum computing and networking protocols using photons to transmit qubits and atoms to perform two-qubit

  4. Species-typical behavior

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    known as an innate releasing mechanism (IRM). In these instances, a neural network is 'programmed' to create a hard-wired, instinctive behavior in response

  5. Schrödinger equation

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    transform of V {\displaystyle V} , and ∗ {\displaystyle *} denotes Fourier convolution. In the 1D example with absence of a potential, V ~ = 0 {\displaystyle

  6. Computational musicology

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    creativity Music cognition Cognitive musicology Musicology Artificial neural network MIDI JFugue "Unfolding the Potential of Computational Musicology" (PDF)

  7. Chaos theory

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    "Prediction of gas solubility in polymers by back propagation artificial neural network based on self-adaptive particle swarm optimization algorithm and chaos

  8. Origin of language

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    support this theory. Gestural language and vocal language depend on similar neural systems. The regions on the cortex that are responsible for mouth and hand

  9. Phase-space formulation

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    }}_{x}\right).\end{aligned}}} It is also possible to define the ★-product in a convolution integral form, essentially through the Fourier transform: ( f ⋆ g ) (

  10. Matrix mechanics

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    Since the Fourier coefficients of the product of two quantities is the convolution of the Fourier coefficients of each one separately, the correspondence

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