simple results

simple results

[′sim·pəl ri′zəls]
(statistics)
Results of observations such that on each trial of an experiment one and only one of these results will occur.
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Also, the process was simple and required little training; one could apply a blood sample to the device, and after a relatively short period of time, view a positive or negative result in a simple results window.
Quick access to simple results will be available, but developers will also have access to a full EMMA result for more advanced applications.
The geostatistical approach employed takes into account the spatial statistical variability and correlation inherent to saturated hydraulic conductivity, leading to ease of use in the field and relatively simple results.
This reading can be compared against the green/amber/red efficiency scale for fast and simple results.
About this problem, some authors had studied it, and obtained several simple results.
com, AOL Video, and Blinkx to see the range of experimentation that is going on around simple results presentation: static and video thumbnails, clip previews, and channel surfing opportunities, just to name a few.
Here, as in nature, a process of great complexity (comprising several hundred evolutionary cycles) yields satisfyingly simple results.
From a simple results list, users can also link to specific records within the Catalogue to request an item or to conduct further searches of the collections.
Whatever the arena, there is usually a more complex story behind simple results
William Heath Robinson came up with absurdly complicated machines to produce simple results.
Finally, in the Conclusion he urges all parties "to step back and view what h as happened in terms not of simple results, but rather of life's experiences" (178) and the larger issues of the public good.