stopping rule

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stopping rule

[′stäp·iŋ ‚rül]
(statistics)
A rule which specifies when observation is to be discontinued in sequential trials.
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When young Harry Boyd is caught stopping time in order to steal, he is thrown into a world of time travel, nuclear fusion and dangerous 'Regulators' with their hazardous 'disruptor' weaponry.
Indeed, this equality may be extended when replacing the time t by a stopping time.
This would reduce the stopping time for vehicles to below 30 seconds.
In snowy conditions, the average stopping time for a normal car going 60 mph is 10.
The sooner government gets to grips with roads which are continually clogged up with parked vehicles the better, hopefully with a limit of two hours allowed stopping time for any vehicle other than emergency transport or the disabled.
He endows the bear with the same type of endearing, yet frenetic, energy and the creative stalling techniques that all children employ when trying to avoid an undesired stopping time.
It's designed to shorten motor stopping time by one-third without using braking resistors.
Hence all five conveyor drives are equipped with programmable SOBO V3 braking controllers, where the operator can program stopping time and other functions on site.
As will be seen, the complete-information game has a multiplicity of equilibria, such that for any plausible stopping time, there exists a pure-strategy, subgame-perfect equilibrium in which the declining state draws the line and stands firm at that time.
At typical extrusion line speeds, the rpm is under 300, so the stopping time is something less 1.
Possible insight from this model is to prove the existence of indigenous optimal stopping time for termination of governments in parliamentary democracies.
The 3G3RV ac inverter features a high-slip braking function for intermittent braking applications to shorten motor stopping time by one-third without using braking resistors.