Use "a priori" in a sentence

1. A priori, what's reasonable?

2. A Priori (Overarching) Priority stream:

3. A priori or a posteriori?

4. Very difficult, a priori probably almost impossible.

5. — their maturity is not standardised a priori;

6. Location accuracy improvement using a priori probabilities

7. Now, we probably think a priori that's unlikely.

8. But there is no a priori hierarchy of norms.

9. Improved viterbi device and method using a priori information

10. And it's not based on an a priori notion.

11. Pogorelov's method of a priori estimates was used by S.-T. Yau to obtain a priori estimates for solutions of complex Monge-Ampere equations.

12. Product coverage should be comprehensive and without a priori exclusions;]

13. Should alternative statistical methods be considered? a priori? a posteriori?

14. Product coverage should be comprehensive and without a priori exclusions

15. Some a priori estimates are obtained for the approximate solution.

16. The criteria for what is opposite is therefore something a priori.

17. A priori, the relevant product should therefore be regarded as plasterboard".

18. A priori no application of the ME Statute could be excluded.

19. The position of residents differs a priori from that of non-residents.

20. All of that should be true both a priori and a posteriori .

21. This algorithm requires not much a priori knowledge of the system parameters.

22. The direction of change in estimated impacts is as expected, a priori.

23. The suggested method doesn’t require a priori knowledge of the noise variance.

24. Unified iterative decoding architecture using joint llr extraction and a priori probability

25. A priori, this seems quite logical, but this conclusion is probably hasty.

26. A priori, this seems quite logical, but this conclusion is probably hasty

27. Apparatus and method for decoding a received message with a priori information

28. 32 However, such `double' taxation cannot be regarded a priori as unlawful.

29. It ensures that national legislation is a priori consistent with Community law

30. Therefore, reputable and qualified scientists in this field are boycotted a priori.

31. Here the Bayes risks are determined with the help of a-priori probabilities.

32. We can not dismiss claims about, say, alternative medicine or acupuncture a priori.

33. There should be no a priori presumption about nature of these alleged crimes.

34. By contrast, a priori temporary transfers against payment require better planning of production.

35. Shipments, whether imported or Community-produced, cannot be rejected a priori on suspicion.

36. A priori, the hours declared in the Wage Survey are hours actually paid.

37. It is not possible, a priori, to determine the duration of the hospitalisation.

38. Other checks are carried out on public authorities, a priori and a posteriori.

39. Implementation of this constitutional provision may take place a priori or a posteriori

40. There seems to be no a priori reason why nuclear transfer should work.

41. A priori probability of occurrence of sentences representing each emotional status is calculated .

42. Implementation of this constitutional provision may take place a priori or a posteriori.

43. "It's freezing outside, you must be cold" is an example of a priori reasoning.

44. The most plausible instances of a priori concept are the formal concepts of logic.

45. One assumes, a priori, that a parent would be better at dealing with problems.

46. Their method does not require a priori knowledge about the number of independent sources.

47. A priori, there are grounds for concern in the case of many developing countries

48. Yes is given to those meta-analysis reporting "a priori" methods of validity assessment.

49. — no restrictions are placed a priori on the range of counterparties to outright transactions;

50. For outright transactions, no restrictions are placed a priori on the range of counterparties.

51. Does the authority conduct a priori (initiating role) or a posteriori (disciplinary role) control?

52. One version of the probability theory ofCarnap permits us to establish a priori probabilities.

53. Compared to other CDI methods, a priori knowledge of the illumination is not needed.

54. Re-engagement should not entail a priori conditionality on the procedural basis for discussions

55. A priori checks are made on public sector accountants on the basis of payments.

56. 64. It is true that, a priori, such a possibility cannot be ruled out.

57. The most plausible instarces of a priori concepts are the formal concepts of logic.

58. Data may be a priori retained for different periods of time depending on its type.

59. Political stability is the indispensable and a priori condition for development in the ESCWA region

60. Automated image registration with varied amounts of a priori information using a minimum entropy method

61. • no restrictions are placed a priori on the range of counterparties to outright transactions; and

62. “Neither party asserted that the ICSID Convention contains any precise a priori definition of “investment”.

63. ( 6 ) For outright transactions, no restrictions are placed a priori on the range of counterparties.

64. Devices and methods for obtaining and using a priori information in decoding convolutional coded data

65. Hence it would appear that the Commission's argument is not a priori entirely without foundation.

66. It utilizes an a priori, accurate model of the world within the field of vision.

67. Old things may no longer be considered, a priori, of lower value than new ones.

68. In the absence of such evidence, there is no a priori hypothesis to work with.

69. The Hardy-Weinberg law forms an important basis for the determination of a priori probabilities.

70. m) Governmental authorities should refrain from exerting a priori scrutiny into the objectives of NGOs

71. It is not clear that alternative methods are a priori better than the hedonic approach.

72. The use of a time-dependent a priori probability in the classifier models was also investigated.

73. None of these studies were conducted a priori in patients with severe sepsis or septic shock.

74. Many delegations pointed to the need a priori to identify and analyse stakeholders’ needs and interests.

75. There is no a priori reason for assuming that these processes will necessarily " hang together " functionally.

76. Regarding these sectors it can nonetheless not be excluded a priori that trade may be affected.

77. A human being's new experience is created by the a priori method, irrespective of its scale.

78. In geophysics the signal resulting from tidal forcing is the only one precisely known a priori.

79. Our hunch a priori was that the coefficient on PTVOL1 would be negative and statistically significant.

80. A priori, this would seem quite logical, but in the Commission's view this conclusion is hasty