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stochastic

[stō′kas·tik]
(mathematics)
Pertaining to random variables.

stochastic

stochastic

By guesswork; by chance; using or containing random values.
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In addition, although we do not observe any change in the cumulative distribution of the estimated switching thresholds for a lower [alpha] (T6), the same distribution for a higher connection cost (T7) first-order stochastically dominates the similar distribution for a lower connection cost (T5).
xy] we can thus test (5)-(7), if the features observed are stochastically linearly independent or dependent respectively.
In this step, the selection of the adequate stochastic dependencies in Schemes 1 and 2 was performed using the method of stochastically informed expertise (Rutkauskas 2012b).
2008) with respect to grain-size distribution, organic content distribution and often even some stochastically distributed gravel and clay clots.
The new set tested stochastically, and its strength or fitness level evaluated.
In the "Numerical Evaluation of the Impact on Stakeholder Positions" section, we model assets and liabilities stochastically and give numerical illustrations assessing the magnitude of the resulting deviations in the stakeholder positions, in the different settings discussed.
1947) On a test of whether one of two random variables is stochastically larger than the other.
All random variables are treated as stochastically independent.
An economic agent earns a stream of labor income that can change stochastically over time.
In the designed sampling network in residential area as illustrated in figure1, 300 families have been stochastically selected and questioners have completed in a direct interview.
When deforming the line segments, each segment was divided into short segments whose orientations were thereafter 'shaked' stochastically such that the distribution of angles between adjacent short segments satisfied a multivariate von Mises distribution with two shape parameters.