# Inverse Correlation

• 1 inverse correlation

1. отрицательная корреляция

— сериальная корреляция; автокорреляция

2. обратная корреляция; отрицательная корреляция

• 2 inverse correlation

• 3 inverse correlation

• 4 inverse correlation

обратная корреляция ; отрицательная корреляция ;
• 5 inverse correlation

• 6 inverse correlation

• 7 inverse correlation

• 8 inverse correlation

• 9 inverse correlation

• 10 inverse correlation

• 11 inverse correlation

• 12 inverse correlation

逆〔反〕相關
• 13 inverse correlation

• 14 inverse correlation

• 15 inverse correlation

korelacja odwrotna
• 16 inverse correlation

• 17 inverse correlation

отрицателна корелация
• 18 inverse correlation

负相关,反相关
• 19 inverse correlation

n.反相关
• 20 inverse correlation

обратная корреляция

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• Inverse Correlation — A contrary relationship between two variables such that they move in opposite directions. In an inverse correlation with variables A and B, as A increases, B would decrease; as A decreases, B would increase. In statistical terminology, an inverse …   Investment dictionary

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• corrélation négative — neigiamoji koreliacija statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. inverse correlation; negative correlation vok. negative Korrelation, f rus. отрицательная корреляция, f pranc. corrélation négative, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

• inverse — 1 adjective (only before noun) 1 in inverse proportion/relation to getting bigger at the same rate as something else gets smaller, or getting smaller at the same rate as something else gets bigger: Clearly, the amount of money people save… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

• Correlation does not imply causation — (related to ignoring a common cause and questionable cause) is a phrase used in science and statistics to emphasize that correlation between two variables does not automatically imply that one causes the other (though correlation is necessary for …   Wikipedia

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• Correlation function (statistical mechanics) — For other uses, see Correlation function (disambiguation). In statistical mechanics, the correlation function is a measure of the order in a system, as characterized by a mathematical correlation function, and describes how microscopic variables… …   Wikipedia

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• Inverse d'une matrice — Matrice inversible En mathématiques et plus particulièrement en algèbre linéaire, une matrice carrée A d ordre n est dite inversible ou régulière ou encore non singulière, s il existe une matrice B d ordre n telle que AB = BA = In, ( AB = In… …   Wikipédia en Français