For example, a company might have a

probability distribution for the change in sales given a particular marketing campaign.

These plots show voltage magnitude probability and cumulative

probability distributions in which the magnitude probabilities over the phase range have been summed together at a given frequency.

The goal of this study was to assess the influence of different

probability distributions and their combinations to the accuracy of classifiers constructed on their basis both for separate classification of single images and using data fusion.

Population L-Moments and Trimmed L-Moments: Population L-moments measured location, dispersion, skewness, kurtosis, and other aspects of the shape of

probability distributions and sample data, using linear combinations of the ordered data values.

Assigning

probability distributions to the input variables

A joint

probability distribution is the

probability distribution of a multidimensional vector--each dimension representing a separate variable within a study.

In 12 of 13 cases, there was no overlap between

probability distributions (B = 0), providing unequivocal cis/ trans calls, although each sample had accumulated a low percentage of chimeric read-pairs through recombination during long-range PCR amplification.

Monte Carlo simulation involves assigning

probability distributions to one or more key variables in an analysis.

Mathematically, a BNs represents a joint

probability distribution P over a set of random variables X = {[X.

One important property of BNs is their ability to represent the joint

probability distribution P([A.

This requires collecting manufacturing data, studying the data and, finally, allocating proper

probability distributions to each item based on the studied data.

Let n > 0 be a positive integer, and let F be a class of

probability distributions on [R.