Typically, the number or frequency of serious adverse events or unexpected deaths is used as a stopping rule
sample-size re-estimation); stopping rule
defines when to stop the trial (e.
k]) is typically much larger than 1, a stopping rule
of the form
If increasing the incumbent number of clusters by one results in a small change in the pseudo-F statistic, the incumbent solution is the number of clusters used for the change in variation stopping rule
2% Predictions Stopping Rule
Used Maximum number of epochs(100) exceeded Training Time 00:00:00.
We note that any control policy a defines a multivariate stopping rule
0 criterion was used as the stopping rule
to determine the number of factors extracted.
When precise trait-level estimates are needed, a standard error of measurement (SEM) stopping rule
might be chosen that ensures 95 percent confidence ([+ or -] 2 SEM) that a respondent's actual trait level falls within a range of only a few points.
To limit the amount of adaptive sampling, an arbitrary stopping rule
of S levels was imposed.
Using our data, we can estimate the implicit stopping rule
that is generated by the subjects' observed behavior.
Although time pressure will probably not force you to stop prematurely if the die is used, a random stopping rule
can generate an interesting discussion of dynamics and time preference in an intermediate class.
In the first way, a stochastic approximation algorithm together with a stopping rule
iteratively finds the appropriate analyte level for a standard prepared from a reference material that will yield the same average signal response as the new production calibrator, whose concentration is not precisely known at the time of manufacture; the value assignment of the production calibrator is then the analyte level of the reference standard at the final iteration of the algorithm.