variate


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variate

[′ver·ē·ət]
(mathematics)
(statistics)
The numerical value of a measurement to be used for statistical handling.
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In addition, total proportion of variance and total redundancy indicate that the first pair of canonical variates was highly related and the second pair was moderately related.
A matrix variate generalization of the generalized extended gamma function can be defined in the following way:
m], the above density reduces to a standard matrix variate gamma density and in this case we write X ~ Ga(m, v, [theta]).
In particular, it is possible to show that the variance of the control variate estimator is bounded.
The first canonical variate was characterized by high negative loadings on career decision self-efficacy (r = -.
438528035 Table 4: Canonical variate analysis of the Relative warp scores between sexes of P.
The first variate, characterized by diffuse identity status, an adverse view of the past, and a tendency to not look toward the future, only partially matched our expectations.
Table 1 shows the standardized canonical coefficients (weights) which are used in calculating the case scores on the canonical variate [V.
Structural Coefficients, Canonical Correlations, Percentage of Variances, and Redundancies Between the Predictor Variables and ADMS, and Their Canonical Variates Predicator Canonical variates [chi].
TABLE 2 Correlations Between Dependent Variables and Canonical Variates Canonical Variate Dependent Variable 1 2 3 Ethnic identity -.
Among the above most common methods to price Asian options, Monte Carlo method is rather simple to implement and can provide standard errors for the estimates to measure quality, and it further achieves a satisfactory level of accuracy with the enhancement of control variate technique for more complex arithmetic average option (see Boyle et al, 1997).
The variables in the family environment set that correlated with the second canonical variate were Cohesion (0.