# hypothesis

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**Hypothesis Theory**— is a psychological theory of learning developed during the 1960s and 1970 s. Experimental Framework In the basic experimental framework, the subject is presented with a series of multidimensional stimuli, and provided feedback about the class of… …42

**Hypothesis (album)**— Infobox Album | Name = Hypothesis Type = Album Artist = Vangelis Released = 1978 Recorded = May 1971,Marquee Studios, London Genre = Electronica Length = Part 1 16:00Part 2 16:10 Label = Affinity, # CR 3037 Producer = Vangelis, Giorgio Gomelsky… …43

**Hypothesis Testing**— A process by which an analyst tests a statistical hypothesis. The methodology employed by the analyst depends on the nature of the data used, and the goals of the analysis. The goal is to either accept or reject the null hypothesis. Hypothesis… …44

**hypothesis test**— an abstract procedure for determining whether a set of observations is consistent with a hypothesis under consideration; it is the theoretical basis of most statistical tests. A hypothesis test decides between two hypotheses, one stating that the …45

**hypothesis testing**— In statistics, a method for testing how accurately a mathematical model based on one set of data predicts the nature of other data sets generated by the same process. Hypothesis testing grew out of quality control, in which whole batches of… …46

**Hypothesis of linear regression**— In statistics, the linear regression problem can be formalized precisely, although one seldom uses this formalization in most practical cases.Given the mathematical formalization of the statistical regression problem, let ThetasubseteqGamma be a… …47

**hypothesis, null**— See null hypothesis …48

**hypothesis**— a refutable statement about one or a series of phenomena; testable predictions; a falsifiable concept or idea …49

**hypothesis**— A tentative assumption or educated guess developed to explain a set of observations …50

**hypothesis**— the proposition of a relationship between variables which can then be tested and either rejected or accepted …