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A number of states that do not have wetlands laws on their books do have other state environmental laws dealing with water quality or natural resources, and these may already provide substantial authority to regulate wetlands.

To complement the floodway, the Napindan Hydraulic Control System
simulated behaviour." Unit weights Unit-weighted regression proceeds in three steps.

Metcalf, 2000, 'Determining the mint-attribution of East Anglian Sceattas through regression analysis', Brit. Numismatic Journal 70, 1-11.

"On behalf of naïveté”, 1994), or recently, discovering that multiple regression produces unreliable results ("Opening the Pandora's box…”, 1996).

Note that, in this alternative interpretation, a linear regression model forms a basic building block for knowledge representation and is encoded as one moment matrix.

One of his classic data sets (originally collected by Galton) involves the regression of sons' height upon that of their fathers'.

In multivariate and adaptive regression splines, basis functions are the tool used for generalizing the search for knots.

The whitened STA is equivalent to linear least-squares regression of the stimulus against the spike train.

Classification and regression trees Classification and regression trees (CART) is a non-parametric technique that produces either classification or regression trees, depending on whether the dependent variable is categorical or numeric, respectively.

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