statistical independence

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statistical independence

[stə′tis·tə·kəl ‚in·də′pen·dəns]
(statistics)
Two events are statistically independent if the probability of their occurring jointly equals the product of their respective probabilities. Also known as stochastic independence.

statistical independence

See CORRELATION.
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We have de-hyphenated our relations with Palestine and Israel and now we see them both as mutually independent and exclusive.
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are mutually independent, and if for some 0 < a [less than or equal to] b < [infinity] and all 1 [less than or equal to] k [less than or equal to] n, satisfies
This means that they should involve at least two mutually independent legal entities - one main partner and one associated partner - established in two different eligible countries.
We discussed many issues including the launch of the project talks, which will lead to indirect negotiations to lead to two-state live in peace in the Middle East, two mutually independent living side by side with economic prosperity in the region," he added.
When I'm tracking down the names of deities, I check each name against three mutually independent sources.
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They are all mutually independent investment projects.
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The null hypothesis tested is that the quality-of-life and poverty index rankings are mutually independent.
n] are assumed to be mutually independent and independent of the errors [e.