elementary event

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elementary event

[‚el·ə¦men·trē i′vent]
(statistics)
A single outcome of an experiment. Also known as simple event.
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also the respective sma must take precautionary measures against unexpected elementary events (fire, explosion and other accidents).
a probability field whose elementary events have the following
know for sure which elementary event will take place.
phenomenon under study, elementary event k takes place.
Some terms: measurable space, probabilistic space, elementary event, the space of elementary events, sigma algebra, complex event, the function of probability, the probability of events, axioms of probability theory and Borel [sigma]-algebra as defined in (Sarapa, 1993).
In addition to elementary events, junior high and high school levels competed in their own divisions.
Since the events are collectively exhaustive, one of the elementary events must occur on a given trial.
Thus, the probability of A', P(A') is the sum of the probabilities of all of the elementary events except A.
The sample space [OMEGA] is the set of all the elementary events of the experiment that we consider.
Experiments and events -Space of elementary events -Probability of random events -Conditional probability and stochasitic independence: multistage probabilistic evaluation and forecasting -Bernoulli distribution and sequences of independent trials -Random variables and distribution functions -Numerical characteristics of random variables: mathematical expectation, variance, and moments of higher order -Numerical characteristics of random variables -Probability distributions: discrete case -Probability distributions: continuous case -Limit theorems of the probability theory -Probabilistic decision making.
The SMA must also take precautionary measures against unexpected elementary events (eg fire, explosion, etc.
Similarly, the SMA must preventative measures against unexpected elementary events (fire, explosion accidents among others) meet.