simple hypothesis

simple hypothesis

[′sim·pəl hī′päth·ə·səs]
(statistics)
A hypothesis which completely specifies the distribution of the observed random variables.
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We will not be able to judge Brexit's impact for many years and its success, or otherwise, will not be a simple hypothesis to backtest.
In the past research into necrotic enteritis predisposing factors was directed by the simple hypothesis that low-level colonization of C perfringens commonly occurred within the gut of healthy chickens and the predisposing factors lead to a proliferation of those bacteria to produce disease.
A spillover consequence of human security deterioration in Yemen is more than a simple hypothesis.
A second simple hypothesis that is that inputs to apical dendrites will be amplified in all layer V neurons that fire action potentials.
The simple hypothesis is: if you think we're not out of the woods yet and there's more chaos to come, buy the Vix.
We found no evidence to contradict the simple hypothesis that [A.
Our simple hypothesis is that protocols PD, TD, VD, and HD will result in lower Player 1 payoffs (that is, more egalitarian payoffs) than the benchmark protocol GD, because decision makers are in a lower social position in terms of power and/or resources.
Starting with the general idea that decay rates might be increasing over time, we find that a simple hypothesis, viz.
First, we conduct a series of simple hypothesis tests to determine whether the reported proportions are (individually significantly different from the State mandated values.
But, even then, we think that the simple hypothesis we have come up with will not noticeably alter the conclusions essential to the study; we think it is useless to go back over the justifications that we developed in earlier pages regarding the hypothesis we have proposed.
It takes you beyond simple hypothesis testing by encouraging the user to explore the data visually in one, two, or three dimensions.
But the QC told judge Lord Drummond-Young, 'It is apparent, even from the limited inquiries that the petitioner has been able to carry out, that there are numerous matters which cast material doubt upon Commander Mules's simple hypothesis.

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