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sample space

[′sam·pəl ‚spās]
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A concept in probability theory which considers all possible outcomes of an experiment, game, and so on, as points in a space.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The centre boasts 6,000m2 of flexible event space consisting of three sub-divisible 2,000m2 halls.
Our hotel event space also exists as a completely autonomous area of the resort, ensuring that attendees have privacy whilst able to easily access the main Hotel.
Cachet Hotel features one of the most technologically advanced private event spaces in Manhattan known as the BlackBox, which has featured performers such as Robin Thicke and T.I.
The tasting room and event space will be completed a month later.
Co-owners Jerry Scheer and Mark Cumins made the decision after a steady increase of inquiries for an event space, according to a news release.
Ride tickets will be priced at PS5 per ticket - a ticket will provide you with a return journey to the event space from the car park.
The former Ceviche (and 100 years ago the Sarasota Times) has been reimagined as a restaurant and rooftop bar called Sage, with a private event space they're calling Highgarden, for you Game of Thrones fans.
"I know that Denbighshire Council is keen to develop the site, to create space for new retail units, renovate the car parking space and to build an exciting new event space for the public.
MILLENNIUM Point celebrated the launch of its newly refurbished event space, Platform, inviting the best of Birmingham's business world to see it before anyone else.
The event space is dramatically changing the way we experience moments.
"We anticipate building out in phases," Sparkman said, "but plan to keep the tasting room fairly intimate at 1,200 feet, with overflow capacity into the event space, which will have overflow capacity into production."