2 edition of Formal models for a central prediction system. found in the catalog.
Formal models for a central prediction system.
Ledyard R. Tucker
|Series||Psychometric monographs -- 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
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study of the histochemical fiber composition of the muscles of mastication of cynomologous (sic) monkeys (Macaca Fasicularis)
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tucker, Ledyard R., Formal models for a central prediction system. [Richmond, Va., W. Byrd Press, ]. realis ation that formal prediction or cost models have not succeeded in replacing humans and therefore the re is a need to research into how practitioner s make predictions.
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