Random variable

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Random variable

A function that assigns a real number to each and every possible outcome of a random experiment.

Random Variable

In statistics, a variable expressing all possible outcomes of a set of circumstances. It is important in probability density function and probability distribution.
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TABLE 2 Canonical Correlation Analysis for Vocational Identity Status Variables With Time Perspective Variables Variate 1 Variate 2 Variable Coefficient [r.
For all datasets plots of the ist versus the 2nd canonical variates indicated that the tightest and most distinct groupings occur for k = 2 and 3 clusters.
The above expression shows that the local effect of the lack of optimality is linked with the granularity adjustment introduced in the literature, when the optimal control variate is computed by assuming an infinitely large credit portfolio, whereas the actual portfolio includes a large, but finite, number of credits (see e.
43 67 W: paracone method; C: centroid method; H: huber formula; LTV: local volume table; 1: importance sampling; V_1 and V_2: control variate sampling; CCANN_1 and CCANN_2: Cascade correlation artificial neural network model Table 4.
The third variate indicates that no relationship was found between low-cost producers and competitors.
0 Table 2 Canonical Correlation Analysis for Predictor Variables of Gender Role Conflict (Set 1) and Multidimensional Social Support (Set 2) (N=389) Variable sets Canonical variate 1 Predictor set 1 SPC .
Canonical Variate 1 Canonical Variate 2 Canonical r Canonical r Canonical Canonical Canonical Coefficient loading coefficient Pts (36 ha) n = 1000 0.
This particular variate did not have a high loading on the factor relating individual variates and overall preference for the focal bank.
In automobiles, since the starting and cruising conditions variate, and in long journeys even the climatic spectrum may cover from hot and humid to chilling cold, the operating requirements of lubricants may become more exacting than otherwise in fixed machine systems.
In both cases, the Asocial Maladaptive cluster appeared to be most strongly related to the variate (.
Canonical analysis was also used to generate canonical variate scores for each of the sample banks.
The variate tests for the three variables revealed that anxiety (F(1,56) = 17.