randomized test

randomized test

[′ran·də‚mīzd ′test]
(statistics)
Acceptance or rejection of the null hypothesis by use of a random variable to decide whether an observation causes rejection or acceptance.
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The competency test module allows the user to take a randomized test selected from a bank of questions with images that will assess the user's ability to identify parasites.
13 LANCET that they have completed the first formal randomized test of the safety and effectiveness of fluoride-calcium combination therapy.
Distributions of the mean QCA-measured versus nominal stent length ratios were compared in the randomized test and control arms of each trial.
It expands the current testing parameters and provides randomized test sequences that reduce the opportunity to cheat.
In fact, in randomized tests with 90 MIT juniors who volunteered for the research, the software showed its value.
But Manzi shows that subsequent randomized tests contradicted the jam experiment result and found that greater choice actually tended to increase consumption.
It also alleges that physicians are not properly trained on the device, and that Intuitive Surgery has failed to run randomized tests as to complications with its robot.
of Abertay, Dundee), and the late Jonathan Todman (National Health Service, Scotland) update their 2001 textbook explaining how to conduct randomized tests using popular computer programs, particularly SPSS and Excel.
Assess their board exam readiness by taking timed "real" tests or untimed "practice" tests - Create customized tests organized by topic or level of difficulty, and randomized tests composed of 10 cases from any volume subscribed to - Review and test understanding of each case with multiple-choice questions which include answers outlining right and wrong answer rationale and a differential diagnosis question
Randomized tests are not required as such tests are under FDA and Big Pharma.
Other topics include randomized tests, statistical bootstrap methods, characterizing uncertainty, surplus production models, and size-based models.
Synopsys' VCS NTB technology allowed us to easily write testbench drivers and monitors for a wide variety of complex packet-based protocols and to develop directed and randomized tests that reflect cable operators' field needs.
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