Area Sample

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Area Sample

In statistics, all the possible values a random variable can take under a given set of circumstances in a geographic area, as well as the probability that it will take each value. That is, an area sample divides a large geographic area into subunits and calculates the probability that the variable will occur in each unit. An area sample is a form of probability distribution applied to geography. It is also called an area selection.
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Doctors using the implant workflow of the CS 3600 scanner will benefit from the new innovative scan body area selection feature inside the software.
With regard to intensive action, a number of data sources, including forecasts of the number of children and parent surveys, have been used to inform the area selection process.
In Section VI, we describe the area selection and verification method.
A dedicated AF area selection button, positioned conveniently next to the shutter release, enables quick switching between modes, without having to take the camera away from the eye.
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Work of this kind plays an important role in area selection and follow up exploration by QMC.
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CST has offered a plug-in to Cadence tools for some years, and more recently, a direct import has become available that offers component recognition, layer editing and net and area selection.
The case study on protected area selection by Paridaen et al.
Quantitative methods for area selection, however, do have an important role to play in promoting flexibility and openness and in providing accountability to back up choices (Williams, 1998).