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multivariable

(ˌmʌltɪˈvɛərɪəbəl)
adj
having, involving or relying upon two or more variables, esp in statistics
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The Web-based self-service interface features a five-step wizard that allows marketers to launch multivariable test campaigns or personalization campaigns based on paid and organic keywords from more than 5,500 search engines, user locations, referring URLs/domains, tracking parameters, and user behaviors.
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Since an American University professor had videotaped a multivariable calculus/matrix algebra course, the students watched the tapes and had their papers and tests graded by professors at George Mason University.
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Abaluck reported that the rate was 70% in a series of 139 consecutive patients scheduled for gastric bypass surgery who underwent overnight polysomnography and completed the Epworth Sleepiness Scale and the Multivariable Apnea Prediction questionnaire.
GIS, multivariable underwriting, wireless communication, personalized marketing, scanning and personal electronic records, next-generation credit scoring and more.
This paper addresses the main features and implementation issues of two of those tools: a loop monitoring package and a multivariable advanced process controller.
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