continuous set

continuous set

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′set]
(statistics)
In an infinite number of outcomes of an experiment, those outcomes in which any value in a given interval can occur.
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The continuous set of gestures that Fraser has developed in her studio marks all of her vessels.
Drewnowski: Topological rings of sets, continuous set functions, integration I, II, Bull.
Using sonar technology from onboard ships, scientists from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and the German Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) captured the most extensive, continuous set of images of the seafloor around the Amundsen Sea embayment ever taken.
For it is now in effect adorned by the two chains that this poem weaves: one the chain of possible reference, the other a chain that undoes reference for a continuous set of metaphoric equivalents, which are organized along several axes like sonic proximity, visual analogy, and emotional association.
CHRIS Rea has had serious health problems but you would hardly guess it with an hour-and-three-quarters continuous set with not even a pause for breath between songs.
Published in 1604 as a continuous set, the pavans are here successfully interspersed with songs complementing their mood.
This defiant child needs a second explanation of the rule, a reasonable consequence for her misbehavior, solid examples of good behavior to follow, and a continuous set of boundaries that are consistently reinforced by the entire staff She will have to learn what adult authority is.
Since 1948, its crews have taken water temperatures to produce the longest continuous set of deep-ocean data available.
ScaleXtreme plans to deliver a continuous set of "big data" insights to customers over time.
V-Go(TM) is a simple-to-use, once-daily, disposable insulin delivery device that provides a continuous set basal rate and on-demand bolus dosing for mealtime coverage via a rapid acting insulin analog.
Sabeti said her team's research uncovered many things, "including that there is a lot of genetic similarity between the viruses we sequenced and those from Guinea early on in the outbreak, suggesting that the epidemic started with a single transmission into the human population from a natural reservoir such as an animal, and there weren't multiple transmissions but a continuous set of human-to-human events that started this outbreak.

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