objectiveness


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judgment based on observable phenomena and uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices

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The objectiveness of GMDH algorithm is based on the utilization of an external criterion to select the optimal model, which requires the data partition.
After this, the Macedonian professional journalism may either take the direction of relevancy, integrity, ethics, knowledge, investigating and critical spirit and impartial objectiveness or proceed drowning together with the transition political black marketeers, co-habiting with criminal business and dance on a pole for Para-political international, alleged NGOs, controlled by misanthropes, colonizers, and profiteers who are acting philanthropy.
In many Western countries, the sample areas for landscape monitoring are "scattered" in a random way aiming for the objectiveness of the data obtained.
What we do gives the country's elections integrity and objectiveness, and without it there will be a large question mark on the entire process.
There are still a number of open issues including the serious issue of regulators losing objectiveness over the airlines they regulate.
The people's faith in the fairness and objectiveness of the law can be seriously undercut by that spirit.
I believe that at some moment it will be necessary to call on the 'black coats' of each country and put them in a room in the United Nations to discuss the matter with greater objectiveness, in a more serious way.
It was established to promote objectiveness during the adoption of an industry standard.
The third and the final parameter used for judging the performance of MFs industry is the fund composition and their adherence to the investment objectiveness.
From the very start, however, the assumption is made that "consciousness is the 'ground' on which the ego manifests itself in all its peculiar objectiveness (being the object of self-knowledge) and at the same time fully experiences its own subjectiveness.
Thorough assessment of environment factors helps to improve objectiveness of assumptions; it also facilitates assessment of the utility level of the analysed objects and, respectively, adjustment of the value.
Three aspects must be kept in mind when designing various instruments: the objectiveness of items and assessment, capturing the critical components of the implementation, and making sure the measures are sensitive enough to be able to detect the providers' and participants' behavior (Ruiz-Primo, 2005).
With this dynamic, sensitive challenges have to be addressed: issues of silence, withdrawal, interracial conflict, and fear or concern about the objectiveness of the professor (Bohmer & Briggs, 1991; Gillespie, 2003; Jackson & Crawley, 2003; Ladson-Billings, 1996).
The lack of objectiveness in the book otherwise prevents it from being helpful to clinicians or researchers.
Meanwhile, we hope foreign journalists will abide by Chinese laws and regulations and display the objectiveness, justness and balance that they always acclaim so as to build up trust with the Chinese people.