# What is aggregated?

• (adj): Gathered or tending to gather into a mass or whole.
Example: "The aggregated amount of indebtedness"
Synonyms: aggregate, aggregative, mass

### Some articles on aggregated:

Gianni Bellocchi - Model and Method Validation - Multiple-metric Aggregation
... where firstly inputs with similar characteristics are aggregated into modules and then, using the same procedure, the modules can be aggregated into a second level ... input variables (validation metrics) are aggregated four rules are required, formalized as The output fuzzy sets for all the rules are then aggregated into a single fuzzy set ...
Living Planet Index - Calculation
... Average rates of change are calculated and aggregated to the species level ... Each species trend is aggregated to produce an index for the terrestrial, marine and freshwater systems ... weighted equally within tropical and temperate regions which are then aggregated to produce the global LPI ...
Aggregated Indices Randomization Method - Summary
... the most subtle and delicate stage in a variant of the aggregated indices method is the stage of weights estimation because of usual shortage of information about exact values of weight-coefficients ... weight-vector (W(1I),…,W(mI)) induces randomization of an aggregated index Q, i.e ... transformation in the corresponding randomized aggregated index Q(I) ...
Aggregated Indices Randomization Method - Background
... Ordinary aggregated indices method allows comprehensive estimation of complex (multi-attribute) objects’ quality ... The essence of the aggregated indices method consists in an aggregation (convolution, synthesizing, etc.) of some single indices (criteria) q(1),…,q(m), each single index ... In other words, in the aggregated indices method single estimations of an object, each of them being made from a single (specific) “point of view” (single criterion), is synthesized by ...
Simpson's Paradox - Implications For Decision Making
... it poses the following dilemma Which data should we consult in choosing an action, the aggregated or the partitioned? In the Kidney Stone example ... and the size of the stone is not known would it be appropriate to consult the aggregated data and administer Treatment B? This would stand contrary to common sense a treatment that is preferred both ... yield wrong choices of treatments? Pearl shows that, indeed, in many cases it is the aggregated, not the partitioned data that gives the correct choice of action ...