**Realization** — or realisation might be:* Realization (climb), a sport climbing route in Ceüse, France * Realization (finance), the pricing of security at market value * Realization (probability), an actually observed value of random variable * Realization… … Wikipedia

**Variable-order Markov model** — Variable order Markov (VOM) models are an important class of models that extend the well known Markov chain models. In contrast to the Markov chain models, where each random variable in a sequence with a Markov property depends on a fixed number… … Wikipedia

**Variable-order Bayesian network** — (VOBN) models provide an important extension of both the Bayesian network models and the variable order Markov models. VOBN models are used in machine learning in general and have shown great potential in bioinformatics applications.cite… … Wikipedia

**Realization (probability)** — In probability and statistics, a realization, or observed value, of a random variable is the value that is actually observed (what actually happened). The random variable itself should be thought of as the process how the observation comes about … Wikipedia

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**supervenience** — Term introduced by Hare to describe the way that ethical properties relate to other, psychological and natural properties of things. Properties of one kind, F, supervene upon those of another kind, G, when things are F in virtue of being G. Thus… … Philosophy dictionary

**type–type identity** — A form of identity theory of mind in which it is supposed that mental events can be identified with physical events in such a way that to any kind of the one there will correspond a kind of the other. Davidson is credited with realizing that… … Philosophy dictionary

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