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Synonyms for inference

a position arrived at by reasoning from premises or general principles

Synonyms for inference

the reasoning involved in drawing a conclusion or making a logical judgment on the basis of circumstantial evidence and prior conclusions rather than on the basis of direct observation

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Our second type inference technique deals with the other kinds of undesirable type annotations identified in the introduction: annotations on bound variables in anonymous function abstractions and annotations on local variable bindings.
King's ecological inference technique involves a combination of procedures.
The method allows the system to be described in a simple mathematical manner using inference techniques and fuzzy logic design.
The company's manufacturing IT team worked with data-analyst specialists Argent & Waugh to develop data inference techniques that are able to take data from sensors and predict the condition of each ring.
In the literature, there are several inference techniques developed for fuzzy rule-based systems, such as Mamdani and Sugeno (Mamdani, Assilian 1975; Takagi, Sugeno 1985).
Economists, we are told, developed causal inference techniques that yield regressional estimates of causal effects (e.g., IV, confounding-control) and, since regression is a proud invention of statistics, there was no reason for statisticians to shun causal analysis as strongly as they did.
Inference Techniques in Sparse Fuzzy Rule Bases, Proc.