method of exclusion

  • 1 method of exclusion — a method in scientific induction which proceeds by the progressive exclusion of the nonessential antecedents by comparison of cases to find the essential residue or real cause; also : a method that proceeds to the determination of the true… …

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  • 2 Size-exclusion chromatography — Equipment for running size exclusion chromatography. The buffer is pumped through the column (right) by a computer controlled device Acronym SEC Classification Chromatography Analytes …

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  • 3 Size exclusion chromatography — Infobox chemical analysis name = Size exclusion chromatography caption =Equipment for running size exclusion chromatography. The buffer is pumped through the column (right) by a computer controlled device acronym = SEC classification… …

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  • 4 Right of Exclusion — • The alleged competence of the more important Catholic countries, Austria, France, and Spain, to indicate to their respective cardinal protector, or cardinal procurator, those members of the Sacred College who were personæ minus gratæ, so that,… …

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  • 5 Inclusion-exclusion principle — In combinatorial mathematics, the inclusion exclusion principle (also known as the sieve principle) states that if A 1, ..., A n are finite sets, then:egin{align}iggl|igcup {i=1}^n A iiggr| {} =sum {i=1}^nleft|A i ight sum {i,j,:,1 le i < j… …

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  • 6 Business method patent — Business method patents are a class of patents which disclose and claim new methods of doing business. This includes new types of e commerce, insurance, banking, tax compliance etc. Business method patents are a relatively new species of patent… …

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  • 7 Diagnosis of exclusion — A diagnosis of exclusion (per exclusionem) is a medical condition reached by a process of elimination, which may be necessary if presence cannot be established with complete confidence from examination or testing. Such elimination of other… …

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  • 8 Empirical method — is generally taken to mean the collection of data on which to base a theory or derive a conclusion in science. It is part of the scientific method, but is often mistakenly assumed to be synonymous with the experimental method.The empirical method …

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  • 9 Open Method of Coordination — The open method of coordination (OMC) is a relatively new and intergovernmental means of governance in the European Union, based on the voluntary cooperation of its member states. Contents 1 Overview 2 Development of the OMC: from EMU to the EES… …

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  • 10 Largest remainder method — The largest remainder method is one way of allocating seats proportionally for representative assemblies with party list voting systems. It is a contrast to the highest averages method. QuotasThere are several possibilities for the quota. The… …

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  • 11 Voluntary Exclusion — A Voluntary Exclusion Program (also known as Voluntary Self Exclusion ) is a policy enacted by several states and/or individual casinos as a method of addressing the issue of addictive and compulsive gambling.In areas that have enacted VEP… …

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  • 12 Sieve method — Sieve method, or the method of sieves, can mean: in combinatorics, the set of methods dealt with in sieve theory or more specifically, the Inclusion exclusion principle in statistics, and particularly econometrics, the use of sieve estimators in… …

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  • 13 Private revelation — In the teaching of the Catholic Church, a private revelation is a particular revelation to a specific Christian. Beliefs in such revelations is not obligatory for Catholics; only belief in universal or public revelations, which are contained in… …

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  • 14 Private Revelations —     Private Revelations     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Private Revelations     There are two kinds of revelations:     (1) universal revelations, which are contained in the Bible or in the depositum of Apostolic tradition transmitted by the Church …

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  • 15 excommunication — /eks keuh myooh ni kay sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of excommunicating. 2. the state of being excommunicated. 3. the ecclesiastical sentence by which a person is excommunicated. [1425 75; late ME < LL excommunication (s. of excommunicatio). See… …

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  • 16 Excommunication — Exclusion from the membership of the church or from communion with faithful Christians. Those judged tolerati could still mingle with the faithful, but those vitandi could not and were exiled. See also Anathema. A censure imposed by church… …

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  • 17 Counting Single Transferable Votes — The single transferable vote (STV) is a voting system based on proportional representation and preferential voting. Under STV, an elector s vote is initially allocated to his or her most preferred candidate. After candidates have been either… …

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  • 18 Monitor (synchronization) — In concurrent programming, a monitor is an object or module intended to be used safely by more than one thread. The defining characteristic of a monitor is that its methods are executed with mutual exclusion. That is, at each point in time, at… …

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  • 19 chromatography — chromatographer, n. chromatographic /kreuh mat euh graf ik, kroh meuh teuh /, adj. chromatographically, adv. /kroh meuh tog reuh fee/, n. Chem. the separation of mixtures into their constituents by preferential adsorption by a solid, as a column… …

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  • 20 Christianity — /kris chee an i tee/, n., pl. Christianities. 1. the Christian religion, including the Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern Orthodox churches. 2. Christian beliefs or practices; Christian quality or character: Christianity mixed with pagan elements; …

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