Support - Mathematics

Mathematics

In mathematics, generally
  • Support (mathematics), subset of the domain of a function where it is non-zero valued
  • Support (measure theory), a subset of a measurable space
  • Method of support, in statistics, a technique that is used to make inferences from datasets
  • Support (mobile framework), in mobile computing
In statistics
  • Support (measure theory), a subset of a measurable space
  • support of a distribution where the probability or probability density is positive
  • the natural logarithm of the likelihood ratio, as used in phylogenetics.

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