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Stochastic

In technical analysis, a way to calculate momentum in which one only considers price movements and not trading volume. Most calculations of momentum consider both factors. See also: Stochastic oscillator.
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LRES_SD is the stochastically detrended log aggregate relative effective spread.
The conventional correlation factor in stochastically dependent sequence cuts is formed from the k-th row of the quadratic matrix of the basic coefficients of correlation.
Since the proof of Theorem 9, system (22) is stable if and only if system (1) is stochastically stable.
Furthermore, results from Mann-Whitney U test statistically show that average profit values obtained under ES are stochastically smaller (p < 0.
The contribution distribution from the competitive treatment first order stochastically dominates the distribution from the competitive treatment in this region (one contribution of $200 breaks this relationship in contributions higher than $100).
xy] we can thus test (5)-(7), if the features observed are stochastically linearly independent or dependent respectively.
In this step, the selection of the adequate stochastic dependencies in Schemes 1 and 2 was performed using the method of stochastically informed expertise (Rutkauskas 2012b).
An economic agent earns a stream of labor income that can change stochastically over time.
that turns into stochastically differential equation
When deforming the line segments, each segment was divided into short segments whose orientations were thereafter 'shaked' stochastically such that the distribution of angles between adjacent short segments satisfied a multivariate von Mises distribution with two shape parameters.
The YRS assay thus is likely to have greater utility for quantifying cffDNA at very low concentrations when the absolute copy numbers of SRY and DYS14 sequences are insufficient and fluctuate stochastically.