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bootstrapping

[′büt‚strap·iŋ]
(electronics)
A technique for lifting a generator circuit above ground by a voltage value derived from its own output signal.
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Bootstrapping is the practice of estimating properties of an estimator (such as its variance) by measuring those properties when sampling from an approximating distribution.
Bootstrapping provides an alternative strategy that can realistically inform the practitioner by a more accurate assessment of the variability inherent in a system or process.
Respondents with college-level education used self-funded bootstrapping methods more frequently (5% level of significance) than business owners who did not attend college.
Also, the dialectical bootstrapping method resulted in more accurate answers compared to simply making a second guess without considering why the first answer may be wrong.
3) This problem of relatively small data sets used in geostatistical estimation may be overcome by a block bootstrapping Monte Carlo (4) simulation technique that approximates large data sets, which we explore further in the next section.
The entrepreneurship academic community has not fully recognized the effect of bootstrapping on entrepreneurial behavior and organizational success (or failure) through formal research.
Non-parametric recursive bootstrapping technique has been employed to estimate the probability distribution.
Instead, they used a newer statistical technique called bootstrapping (SN: 7/27/91, p.
Bootstrapping will help you develop those ever-so-important contacts with other departments in your company.
In an in-depth 20 Questions session, Michael Murdoch - CEO and co-founder of AppRiver shares his views and philosophy on bootstrapping and running a successful cloud-based business.
Bootstrapping democracy; transforming local governance and civil society in Brazil.
This paper applies three bootstrapping methods to appraise the modulus of elasticity (MOE) and modulus of rupture (MOR) test results on sampled wood plastic composites (WPC).