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This is a review of evidential ideas that appear in the Muqadimmah and India, Medieval Arabic works. The ideas concern numerical evidence, its collection, distortion, analysis, and interpretation, and its use in making statements about change and cause. Potential mistakes in educing the ideas...
The effect of the saccharin warning label on sales of diet soft drinks was modeled with an autoregressive integrated moving average (A RIMA) process. Retail price trends and attendant publicity were modeled concurrently to separate these effects from those due to the warning. Results indicated...
Recent manpower training evaluation studies focus primarily on program impact while examining the actual training process to varying degrees. They offer little, however, that can directly benefit the local program manager. After categorizing recent studies using a "production model, "this study...
Social judgment theory (SJT) is a method for eliciting opinions about the relative importance of multiple objectives or attributes. When SJT is used to elicit the opinions of individuals who form a group, one must consider by what method these individual opinions can be aggregated to represent...
This article presents a critical review of the available evidence on the effectiveness of programs to improve pregnancy outcome in changing rates of infant mortality. A total of 27 secondary reviews and original evaluation articles were assessed for quality of evidence on program outcomes....
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