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method of approximations


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method of successive approximations

Kinematics of stellar associations: the epicycle approximation and the convergent point method

Methods for the approximation of the matrix exponential in a Lie‐algebraic setting

A convergent mixed method for the Stokes approximation of viscous compressible flow

Multiscale methods with compactly supported radial basis functions for Galerkin approximation of elliptic PDEs

An approximation method for solving the steady-state probability distribution of probabilistic Boolean networks

American Option Valuation: New Bounds, Approximations, and a Comparison of Existing Methods

Survey of Branch Support Methods Demonstrates Accuracy, Power, and Robustness of Fast Likelihood-based Approximation Schemes

Accurate approximation method for prediction of class I MHC affinities for peptides of length 8, 10 and 11 using prediction tools trained on 9mers

A two‐level additive Schwarz method for the Morley nonconforming element approximation of a nonlinear biharmonic equation

An upwind finite-difference method for the approximation of viscosity solutions to Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equations

Frequency dependent Q α and Q β in the Umbria-Marche (Italy) region using a quadratic approximation of the coda-normalization method

Partition resampling and extrapolation averaging: approximation methods for quantifying gene expression in large numbers of short oligonucleotide arrays

Simulation of selected strong motion records of the 2003 M W = 6.6 Bam earthquake (SE Iran), the modal summation-ray tracing methods in the WKBJ approximation

 

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A procedure in operant conditioning, which may be adopted as a coaching strategy, by which an individual learns a certain behaviour in a step-by-step manner, each step involving a response slightly more complex than the one preceding it. The correct behaviour at each step is reinforced until that step is mastered, then the next step, which is still closer to the final criterion, is reinforced, and so on. See learning methods.

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