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  • noun UK Alternative spelling of randomization.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a deliberately haphazard arrangement of observations so as to simulate chance

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Examples

  • Trials described as double-blind, with adequate randomisation, were assumed to be of higher methodological quality.

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  • Working out the exact probabilities of specific clusters of birthdays, assuming births at random and accounting for leap years, was hard so we wussed out and did randomisation tests.

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  • I have little musical ability but have written this to introduce my new year 10 students to the range of instruments, use of variables and randomisation using Scratch

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  • There is still a risk that the randomisation won't work though, and you'll get a randomly distributed confounder you need to check.

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  • I have little musical ability but have written this to introduce my new year 10 students to the range of instruments, use of variables and randomisation using Scratch

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  • * No address randomisation is used in by the operating system

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  • The temporal organisation of stretches of action potentials was also evaluated with a statistical test, which required a randomisation of the neuronal activity, based on the statistics of the activity itself.

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  • The temporal organisation of stretches of action potentials was also evaluated with a statistical test, which required a randomisation of the neuronal activity, based on the statistics of the activity itself.

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  • Because of the randomisation, any effect will presumably be thanks to the fertiliser.

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  • That could change down the road, Storms said, pointing out Microsoft's DEP (data execution prevention) and ASLR (address space layout randomisation) defences as examples.

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