Regression


Regression

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  • régression — [ regresjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1374 « retour »; repris XVIIIe, puis XIXe; lat. regressio 1 ♦ (1765) Rhét. Inversion de l ordre des mots. 2 ♦ (1877) Évolution vers le point de départ. ⇒ recul. L histoire est faite de progressions et de régressions.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • regression — regression, regression analysis A term used originally to describe the fact that if, for example, parents and children s weights are measured, the children s weights tend to be closer to the average than are those of their parents: unusually… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Regression — could refer to:* Regression (psychology), a defensive reaction to some unaccepted impulses * Past life regression, (psychology) a process claiming to retrieve memories of previous lives * Software regression, (software engineering) the appearance …   Wikipedia

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  • Regression — Re*gres sion (r?*gr?sh ?n), n. [L. regressio: cf. F. r[ e]gression.] The act of passing back or returning; retrogression; retrogradation. Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] {Edge of regression} (of a surface) (Geom.), the line along which a surface… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • regression — [ri gresh′ən] n. [L regressio] 1. a regressing, or going back; return; movement backward 2. RETROGRESSION 3. Astron. the slow westward shifting of the nodes of an orbit, caused by a perturbation: the complete cycle of the regression of the nodes… …   English World dictionary

  • regression — index decline, lapse (expiration), recidivism, recrudescence, relapse, reversion (act of returning) Burton s Legal Thesaurus …   Law dictionary

  • regression — 1510s, from L. regressionem, noun of action from regredi (see REGRESS (Cf. regress) (n.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • regression — ► NOUN 1) the action of regressing to a former state. 2) the action or an act of regressing to an earlier stage of life or a supposed previous life …   English terms dictionary