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SnapEditor

SnapEditor is an HTML5 WYSIWYG text editor from 8098182 Canada Inc. that can be used in web pages. It was born out of frustration with existing editors and aims to solve those frustrations. The first version was released in 2012. Its development ...

                                               

Utopia Documents

Utopia Documents is a semantic, scientific, web-enabled PDF reader that is part of the Utopia toolset. Utopia Documents can be downloaded for free. The purpose of utopia documents is to help science move forward together. Because scientific knowl ...

                                               

Eltron Programming Language

Eltron Programming Language is a printer control language used to produce printed paper labels for various Eltron model printers. New printers also support the Zebra programming language ZPL. EPL2 markup, line-at-a-time language, suitable for pri ...

                                               

ESC/P

ESC/P, short for Epson Standard Code for Printers and sometimes styled Escape/P, is a printer control language developed by Epson to control computer printers. It was mainly used in dot matrix printers and some inkjet printers, and is still widel ...

                                               

Personal Printer Data Stream

Personal Printer Data Stream is a general name for a family of page description language used by IBM printers, which includes all Proprinter, Quietwriter, Quickwriter, LaserPrinter 4019, and LaserPrinter 4029 commands. PPDS redirects here. It can ...

                                               

Barnett–Chao Romanisation

The Cantonese Romanisation system known as Barnett–Chao is based on the principles of the Gwoyeu Romatzyh system developed by Chao Yuenren in the 1920s, which he modified in 1947. The B-C system is a modification in 1950 by K M A Barnett which wa ...

                                               

Cantonese Transliteration Scheme

The Cantonese Transliteration Scheme, sometimes called Raos romanization, is the romanisation for Cantonese published at part of the Guangdong Romanization by the Guangdong Education department in 1960, and further revised by Rao Bingcai in 1980. ...

                                               

Meyer–Wempe

Meyer–Wempe romanization was the system used by two Roman Catholic missionaries in Hong Kong, Bernard F. Meyer and Theodore F. Wempe, for romanizing Cantonese in their Students Cantonese English Dictionary published in 1935.

                                               

Standard Romanization (Cantonese)

Standard Romanization is a romanization system for Cantonese developed by Christian missionaries in South China in 1888, particularly relying upon the work of John Morrison Chalmers. By 1914, it had become well established in Canton and Hong Kong ...

                                               

CubeHash

CubeHash is a cryptographic hash function submitted to the NIST hash function competition by Daniel J. Bernstein. CubeHash has a 128 byte state, uses wide pipe construction, and is ARX based. Message blocks are XORed into the initial bits of a 12 ...

                                               

Fugue (hash function)

Fugue is a cryptographic hash function submitted by IBM to the NIST hash function competition. It was designed by Shai Halevi, William E. Hall, and Charanjit S. Jutla. Fugue takes an arbitrary-length message and compresses it down to a fixed bit- ...

                                               

SIMD (hash function)

SIMD is a cryptographic hash function based on the Merkle–Damgård construction submitted to the NIST hash function competition by Gaetan Leurent. It is one of fourteen entries to be accepted into round two of the competition, but was not shortlis ...

                                               

Redescending M-estimator

In statistics, Redescending M-estimators are Ψ-type M-estimators which have ψ functions that are non-decreasing near the origin, but decreasing toward 0 far from the origin. Their ψ functions can be chosen to redescend smoothly to zero, so that t ...

                                               

Quasi-maximum likelihood estimate

In statistics a quasi-maximum likelihood estimate, also known as a pseudo-likelihood estimate or a composite likelihood estimate, is an estimate of a parameter θ in a statistical model that is formed by maximizing a function that is related to th ...

                                               

Score (statistics)

In statistics, the score is the gradient of the log-likelihood function with respect to the parameter vector. Evaluated at a particular point of the parameter vector, the score indicates the steepness of the log-likelihood function and thereby th ...

                                               

Scoring algorithm

Scoring algorithm, also known as Fishers scoring, is a form of Newtons method used in statistics to solve maximum likelihood equations numerically, named after Ronald Fisher.

                                               

Robust statistics

                                               

Least trimmed squares

Least trimmed squares, or least trimmed sum of squares, is a robust statistical method that fits a function to a set of data whilst not being unduly affected by the presence of outliers. It is one of a number of methods for robust regression.

                                               

Median absolute deviation

In statistics, the median absolute deviation is a robust measure of the variability of a univariate sample of quantitative data. It can also refer to the population parameter that is estimated by the MAD calculated from a sample. For a univariate ...

                                               

Robust confidence intervals

In statistics a robust confidence interval is a robust modification of confidence intervals, meaning that one modifies the non-robust calculations of the confidence interval so that they are not badly affected by outlying or aberrant observations ...

                                               

Robust measures of scale

In statistics, a robust measure of scale is a robust statistic that quantifies the statistical dispersion in a set of numerical data. The most common such statistics are the interquartile range and the median absolute deviation. These are contras ...

                                               

Nonparametric regression

Nonparametric regression is a category of regression analysis in which the predictor does not take a predetermined form but is constructed according to information derived from the data. Nonparametric regression requires larger sample sizes than ...

                                               

Alternating conditional expectations

Alternating conditional expectations is an algorithm to find the optimal transformations between the response variable and predictor variables in regression analysis.

                                               

Kernel regression

Kernel regression is a non-parametric technique in statistics to estimate the conditional expectation of a random variable. The objective is to find a non-linear relation between a pair of random variables X and Y. In any nonparametric regression ...

                                               

Local regression

Local regression or local polynomial regression, also known as moving regression, is a generalization of moving average and polynomial regression. Its most common methods, initially developed for scatterplot smoothing, are LOESS and LOWESS, both ...

                                               

DFFITS

DFFITS is a diagnostic meant to show how influential a point is in a statistical regression proposed in 1980. It is defined as the Studentized DFFIT, where the latter is the change in the predicted value for a point, obtained when that point is l ...

                                               

Leverage (statistics)

In statistics and in particular in regression analysis, leverage is a measure of how far away the independent variable values of an observation are from those of the other observations. High leverage questions, comments, if any, made in extreme a ...

                                               

Partial leverage

In regression analysis, partial leverage is a measure of the contribution of the individual independent variables to the leverage of each observation. That is, if h i is the i th element of the diagonal of the hat matrix, PL is a measure of how h ...

                                               

Robust regression

In robust statistics, robust regression is a form of regression analysis designed to overcome some limitations of traditional parametric and non-parametric methods. Regression analysis seeks to find the relationship between one or more independen ...

                                               

Barnards test

In statistics, Barnards test is an exact test used in the analysis of contingency tables. It examines the association of two categorical variables and is a more powerful alternative than Fishers exact test for 2×2 contingency tables. While first ...

                                               

Cochran–Armitage test for trend

The Cochran–Armitage test for trend, named for William Cochran and Peter Armitage, is used in categorical data analysis when the aim is to assess for the presence of an association between a variable with two categories and an ordinal variable wi ...

                                               

Cochran–Mantel–Haenszel statistics

In statistics, the Cochran–Mantel–Haenszel test is a test used in the analysis of stratified or matched categorical data. It allows an investigator to test the association between a binary predictor or treatment and a binary outcome such as case ...

                                               

G-test

In statistics, G -tests are likelihood-ratio or maximum likelihood statistical significance tests that are increasingly being used in situations where chi-squared tests were previously recommended. The General formula for G G = 2 ∑ i O i ⋅ ln ⁡ O ...

                                               

Yatess correction for continuity

In statistics, Yatess correction for continuity is used in certain situations when testing for independence in a contingency table. It aims at correcting the error introduced by assuming that the discrete probabilities of frequencies in the table ...

                                               

Jarque–Bera test

In statistics, the Jarque–Bera test is a goodness-of-fit test of whether sample data have the skewness and kurtosis matching a normal distribution. The test is named after Carlos Jarque and Anil K. Bera. The test statistic is always nonnegative. ...

                                               

Lilliefors test

In statistics, the Lilliefors test is a normality test based on the Kolmogorov–Smirnov test. It is used to test the null hypothesis that data come from a normally distributed population, when the null hypothesis does not specify which normal dist ...

                                               

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318th Cyberspace Operations Group

The 318th Cyberspace Operations Group is a United States Air Force information operations unit located at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. The group was first activated during World War II as the 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Group. After trainin ...

                                               

690th Information Operations Group

                                               

Database caching

Database caching is a process included in the design of computer applications which generate web pages on-demand by accessing backend databases. When these applications are deployed on multi-tier environments that include web clients, servers, we ...

                                               

Automated Tiering

                                               

EnhanceIO

EnhanceIO is a disk cache module for the Linux kernel. Its goal is to use fast but relatively small SSD drives to improve the performance of large but slow hard drives.

                                               

ExpressCache

ExpressCache is a Windows-based SSD caching technology developed by Condusiv Technologies and licensed to a number of laptop manufacturers including Acer, ASUS, Samsung, Sony, Lenovo, and Fujitsu. ExpressCache is also bundled with some SanDisk pr ...

                                               

Flashcache

Flashcache is a disk cache component for the Linux kernel, initially developed by Facebook since April 2010, and released as open source in 2011. Since January 2013, there is a fork of Flashcache, named EnhanceIO and developed by sTec, Inc. Flash ...

                                               

Smart Response Technology

In computer data storage, Smart Response Technology is a proprietary caching mechanism introduced in 2011 by Intel for their Z68 chipset, which allows a SATA solid-state drive to function as cache for a hard disk drive. SRT is a quick software fo ...

                                               

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard is a data recovery program that utilizes a Wizard user interface to guide users through the data recovery process. There are free and paid versions of the software on both Windows and macOS.

                                               

SoundCode

SoundCode is an audio encoding and decoding product line developed by Neyrinck that uses audio encode and decode technologies to convert audio signals from one format to another. Used technologies include Dolby E and Dolby digital.

                                               

Any Video Converter

Any Video Converter is a video converter developed by Anvsoft Inc. for Microsoft Windows and macOS. It is available in both a free and paid version. Any Video Converter Windows version has won the CNET Downloads 5 star award.

                                               

Ingest Machine DV

Ingest Machine DV is a free video ingest software. It runs on Microsoft Windows. This program allows you to capture DV25 video stream directly in the Avid editing system format MXF Avids

                                               

File format

A file format is a standard way that information is encoded for storage in a computer file. It specifies how bits are used to encode information in a digital storage medium. File formats may be either proprietary or free and may be either unpubli ...

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