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**experiment**E(S,F,P) is defined (Papoulis 1984, p. 30) as a mathematical object consisting of the following elements. 1. A set S (the probability space) of elements. 2. A ...The

**Rutherford**constant is a mathematical constant that arises in plasma physics and is defined by K_R = sqrt(2)int_(-1)^infty([R(x)]^2)/(S[x])dx (1) = 0.8227..., (2) where ...A probabilistic

**experiment**is an occurrence such as the tossing of a coin, rolling of a die, etc. in which the complexity of the underlying system leads to an outcome that ...Machin-like formulas have the form mcot^(-1)u+ncot^(-1)v=1/4kpi, (1) where u, v, and k are positive integers and m and n are nonnegative integers. Some such formulas can be ...

An outcome is a subset of a probability space. Experimental outcomes are not uniquely determined from the description of an

**experiment**, and must be agreed upon to avoid ...In statistics, a trial is a single performance of well-defined

**experiment**(Papoulis 1984, p. 25), such as the flipping of a coin, the generation of a random number, the ...If r experiments are performed with n_i possible outcomes for each

**experiment**i=1,2,...,r, then there are a total of product_(i=1)^(r)n_i possible outcomes.One out of a set of identical observations in a given

**experiment**under identical conditions.A dependent variable is a variable whose value depends on the values of one or more other independent variables. This notion comes up regularly in a variety of contexts. In ...

A variate is a generalization of the concept of a random variable that is defined without reference to a particular type of probabilistic

**experiment**. It is defined as the set ......