Values

  • (noun): Beliefs of a person or social group in which they have an emotional investment (either for or against something).
    Example: "He has very conservatives values"

Some articles on values, value:

Expectation–maximization Algorithm - Description
... observed data, a set of unobserved latent data or missing values, and a vector of unknown parameters, along with a likelihood function, the maximum likelihood estimate (MLE) of the unknown ... two steps Expectation step (E step) Calculate the expected value of the log likelihood function, with respect to the conditional distribution of given under the current ... The missing values (aka latent variables) are discrete, drawn from a fixed number of values, and there is one latent variable per observed data point ...
Values - Precepts of Kappa Delta Rho
... privilege that is contingent upon my willingness to incorporate the values of the Fraternity into my daily life and uphold the oath I have sworn ...
Activity (chemistry) - Example Values
... Example values of activity coefficients of sodium chloride in aqueous solution are given in the table ... In an ideal solution, these values would all be unity ...
List Of Data Structures - Data Types - Primitive Types
... Boolean (for boolean values True/False) Char (for character values) Float (for storing real number values) Double (a larger size of type float) int (for integral or fixed-precision values ...
Errors And Residuals In Statistics - Other Uses of The Word "error" in Statistics
... in the sections above is in the sense of a deviation of a value from a hypothetical unobserved value ... square error (RMSE) refer to the amount by which the values predicted by an estimator differ from the quantities being estimated (typically outside the sample from which the model was ... is the sum of the squares of the deviations of the actual values from the predicted values, within the sample used for estimation ...

Famous quotes containing the word values:

    ... the loss of belief in future states is politically, though certainly not spiritually, the most significant distinction between our present period and the centuries before. And this loss is definite. For no matter how religious our world may turn again, or how much authentic faith still exists in it, or how deeply our moral values may be rooted in our religious systems, the fear of hell is no longer among the motives which would prevent or stimulate the actions of a majority.
    Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)

    With the breakdown of the traditional institutions which convey values, more of the burdens and responsibility for transmitting values fall upon parental shoulders, and it is getting harder all the time both to embody the virtues we hope to teach our children and to find for ourselves the ideals and values that will give our own lives purpose and direction.
    Neil Kurshan (20th century)

    Individually, museums are fine institutions, dedicated to the high values of preservation, education and truth; collectively, their growth in numbers points to the imaginative death of this country.
    Robert Hewison (b. 1943)