discriminative

(redirected from discriminatively)
Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for discriminative

able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

Synonyms for discriminative

capable of making fine distinctions

Related Words

expressing careful judgment

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Cai, "Discriminatively weighted naive Bayes and its application in text classification," International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools, vol.
If the diseases of the optic nerve or retina are discriminatively detected by ERG recording with skin electrodes in combination with the records of pupil response to colored-light stimulus, not only would the burden of unnecessary ophthalmologic tests for patients be reduced but also this most noninvasive simple estimation method would contribute to the early detection of eye diseases.
After a brief adjournment, the panel accepted that PC Houldey had said the remarks but did not act discriminatively and did not mean it in a racist way.
The two parts are "relatively ordered" and "discriminatively related" (Sacks and Jefferson 521).
[26.] Felzenszwalb, P., Girshick, P., McAllester, D., Ramanan, D., "Object Detection with Discriminatively Trained Part Based Models," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, Vol.
We had full embedded training of sequences in the '90's but now we train these discriminatively from scratch, minimising the bias towards learning the language model within the acoustic model; something that is problematic in many deep models such as Connectionist Temporal Classification.
As atmospheric levels of CO2 continue to rise, the application doses of herbicide should be discriminatively adjusted for control of weeds with different susceptibilities to herbicides.
He said that no any member of the council would be treated discriminatively adding that education and health sectors were his top priority.
These employers must also ensure that their disability policies are enforced uniformly to avoid arguments that the employer applied policies selectively and discriminatively to employees who have disabilities like cancer, HIV/AIDS, glaucoma or multiple sclerosis, since these employees are often treated with medical marijuana.
Prior to the DSTC series, most work on dialog state tracking was based on generative models; however, the most successful DSTC entries have been discriminatively trained models, and these are now the dominant approach.
But God discriminatively revealed Quran in two revelations: the prompt and gradual revelations.
What else can be done other than to feel pity for the current destination of the political party, which was able to receive votes from all social segments and the whole of Turkey -- the religious people, those who do not feel so religious, the ethnic groups in Turkey including Turks and Kurds, Sunnis and Alevis, Muslims and non-Muslims, people living in the West and the East of Turkey, the conservatives and the liberals, the leftists and the right wingers, democrats, the urban and rural people -- in the past elections including the last general elections in 2011 and now has become so arrogant that it looks down on the people and acts discriminatively? Is there any explanation for how it has become a clear and present danger for the present time and future of the country?
Moschitti, "Translating questions to SQL queries with generative parsers discriminatively reranked," in Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, pp.
Lee, "Self-supervised terrain classification via discriminatively trained submodular Markov random fields," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA '08), pp.