Translation of a posteriori in Spanish:

a posteriori

a posteriori, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɑ ˌpɑstiriˈɔri//eɪ pɒˌstɛrɪˈɔːrʌɪ//ɑː pɒˌstɛrɪˈɔːriː//ˌeɪ ˌpɑstiriˈɔraɪ/

adjective & adverb

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    a posteriori
    • This lays them under a necessity of speaking a posteriori, if I may be allowed the phrase.
    • This paper proposes a novel probabilistic variational method with deterministic annealing for the maximum a posteriori estimation of complex stochastic systems.
    • In the absence of a clear characterization of the a priori / a posteriori distinction, it is by no means obvious what is being asserted or what is being denied.
    • And, as seen earlier in connection with his ‘logic’, his concepts of demonstration and proof straddle the a priori / a posteriori distinction.
    • Historically the a priori / a posteriori distinction has been closely associated with that between the innate and the learned.
    • This volume presents the most up-to-date information available on a posteriori error estimation for finite element approximation in mechanics and mathematics.