stochastic variable


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stochastic variable

[stō′kas·tik ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(mathematics)
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The stochastic variables were inserted into the model and using the CrystalBall[R] software, 10.
In other words, most current models regard trust as stochastic variable and assume trust states are independent from slot to slot.
Especially, a sideslip angle perception model described by a gauss stochastic variable is proposed in the state feedback process to characterize the stochastic characteristic of driver's steering behavior, whose mean represents the real sideslip angle and variance characterizes driver's steering skills and vehicle lateral dynamics.
The stochastic variable X([theta]) has the cumulant generating function
The answer is based on the evidence provided by a stochastic investigation referred to the as Monte Carlo method (Hoffman 1998; Metropolis and Ulam 1949), where the stochastic variables are the annual changes of monthly millimetres of rainfall and the annual changes of monthly international market price of sorghum from 2002 to 2010.
Let stochastic variable K be the number of downloads during a unit of time, and stochastic variable J be the number of files per download.
We assume that impact factors are stochastic variables since they cannot be predicted with certainty.
0] = a vector (k X 1) of current values of each stochastic variable,
For the underlying translog technology, the full stochastic variable cost frontier model is written as
Beyond the deterministic tackling of signals processing, in which the signal is studied as a local manifestation, statistical analysis considers that the voice sign is an information keeper identified and strictly classified after some parameters related to stochastic variables [1].