Definition of Multinomial. Meaning of Multinomial. Synonyms of Multinomial

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Definition of Multinomial

Multinomial
Multinomial Mul`ti*no"mi*al, n. & a. [Multi- + -nomial, as in binomial. See Binomial.] (Alg.) Same as Polynomial.

Meaning of Multinomial from wikipedia

- In probability theory, the multinomial distribution is a generalization of the binomial distribution. For example, it models the probability of counts...
- In mathematics, the multinomial theorem describes how to expand a power of a sum in terms of powers of the terms in that sum. It is the generalization...
- Multinomial may refer to: Multinomial theorem, and the multinomial coefficient Multinomial distribution Multinomial logistic regression Multinomial test...
- In statistics, multinomial logistic regression is a cl****ification method that generalizes logistic regression to multicl**** problems, i.e. with more...
- With a multinomial event model, samples (feature vectors) represent the frequencies with which certain events have been generated by a multinomial ( p 1...
- In statistics and econometrics, the multinomial probit model is a generalization of the probit model used when there are several possible categories that...
- In probability theory and statistics, the Dirichlet-multinomial distribution is a family of discrete multivariate probability distributions on a finite...
- In statistics, the multinomial test is the test of the null hypothesis that the parameters of a multinomial distribution equal specified values. It is...
- proposed and evaluated as base estimators in random forests, in particular multinomial logistic regression and naive Bayes cl****ifiers. In machine learning...
- the other hand, the categorical distribution is a special case of the multinomial distribution, in that it gives the probabilities of potential outcomes...
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