Definition of Generalization. Meaning of Generalization. Synonyms of Generalization

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Meaning of Generalization from wikipedia

- generalization is a form of abstraction whereby common properties of specific instances are formulated as general concepts or claims. Generalizations...
- In logic and reasoning, a faulty generalization, similar to a proof by example in mathematics, is a conclusion made about all or many instances of a phenomenon...
- learning applications in machine learning and statistical learning theory, generalization error (also known as the out-of-sample error or the risk) is a measure...
- In predicate logic, generalization (also universal generalization or universal introduction, GEN) is a valid inference rule. It states that if ⊢ P ( x...
- these, while similar, has a different form. A generalization (more accurately, an inductive generalization) proceeds from a premise about a sample to a...
- Generalization is the concept that humans and other animals use past learning in present situations of learning if the conditions in the situations are...
- article titles contain the word generalization or generalizations: Generalization (learning) Derivative (generalizations), fundamental construction of differential...
- Cartographic generalization, or map generalization, includes all changes in a map that are made when one derives a smaller-scale map from a larger-scale...
- Type generalization is a technique commonly used in refactoring. The idea is to draw on the benefits of object-orientation and make more-generalized types...
- In predicate logic, existential generalization (also known as existential introduction, ∃I) is a valid rule of inference that allows one to move from a...
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