stochastically love


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  • adv. In a stochastic manner; by means of a process involving a randomly determined sequence of events.

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  • adv. by stochastic means


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  • Or more precisely, you concluded that the distribution of outcomes with more education stochastically dominated the distribution of outcomes with less education.

    Orszag: Be empirical and resilient

  • Video of me could be faked, these blog posts created by some bored AI, all sorts of traces inserted stochastically deep in those layers of the internet which are rapidly turning into digital peat ...

    Thank You, William Gibson - A Dress A Day

  • Evolution would not be expected to stochastically generate genes containing two frames that are read in the same direction.

    A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers

  • What I meant could perhaps be better expressed as that because of the uncertainties some which can't be treated stochastically, since widespread beliefs about the variables affect the variables themselves, there are different "schools" of economics, which vary in their predictions far more than the different "schools" of for instance physics.

    Scientific Consensus or Religious War?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Remember, if you are really lazy: just select words stochastically in any Microsoft office document and active the synonym function!

    “….my computer has run out of t’s” « FranksFilms

  • Climate changes are closely related to the Hurst phenomenon, which has been detected in many long hydroclimatic time series and is stochastically equivalent to a simple scaling behaviour of climate variability over time scale.

    Two Curious Hurricane Graphs « Climate Audit

  • It is also like saying that we have random distribution of power to households because the amount of charge carriers in the conducting band level of metals are stochastically produced and described electrons, and the resistance in the conduction process is due to in part to scattering, even against grains surfaces and dislocations.

    Egnor and natural selection - The Panda's Thumb

  • Did the tRNAs enter the ribosome already in order, rather than stochastically finding the codon through trial-and-error base pairing with the codon sequence? wamba

    Shermer and Dembski in Bridgewater - The Panda's Thumb

  • At the same time it was sepcifically designed to be used with non-stationary time series so will easily stride over the problems of finding correlated relationships in stochastically trended series such as these.

    More on MBH98 Figure 7 « Climate Audit

  • Apparent temporal nonstationarity in the biological response of trees to climate might be a function of changes in climate itself [Vaganov et al., 1999; Aykroyd et al., 2001], although caution is necessary since this could also arise stochastically [Gershunov et al., 2001].

    NAS News and Schedule « Climate Audit


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  • Used frequently in statistics as well.

    June 23, 2009

  • and say goodbye to moiré patterns

    June 20, 2009

  • It means "In a random manner"

    June 20, 2009

  • oft used in the printing industry

    June 20, 2009