## Look up: co-variable

1. command variable
variable (quantity) which is not influenced by the control but is introduced into the control system from outside with the aim of making the final controlled variable follow it in a given relationship
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2. complex variable
(from the article `Cauchy, Augustin-Louis, Baron`) ...a satisfactory basis by developing them with the aid of limits and continuity, concepts now considered vital to analysis. To the same period ... ...of functions whose variables are complex numbers are not so easy to illustrate, but they are never...
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3. confounding variable
confounder Changing factor that can cause or prevent the outcome of interest, is not an intermediate variable, and is associated with the factor under investigation.
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4. Confounding variable
A variable, other than the variable(s) under investigation, which is not controlled for and which may distort the results of experimental research
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5. Continuous random variable
A random value that can take any fractional value within specified ranges, as contrasted with a discrete variable.
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6. Continuous random variable
A continuous random variable is one which takes an infinite number of possible values. Continuous random variables are usually measurements. Examples include height, weight, the amount of sugar in an orange, the time required to run a mile.
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7. Continuous random variable
A random variable defined over, and assuming the infinitely many values associated with, the points on a line interval.
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8. continuous random variable
Continuous variable that may randomly assume any value in its domain but any particular value has no probability of occurring, only a probability density. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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9. continuous random variable
(from the article `statistics`) ...A random variable that may assume only a finite number or an infinite sequence of values is said to be discrete; one that may assume any value in ...
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10. Continuous Random Variable
A value that can take any fractional value within a specified range. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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1. continuous random variable
Type: Term Definitions: 1. continuous variable that may randomly assume any value in its domain but any particular value has no probability of occurring, only a probability density.
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2. Continuous variable
A variable that can take any value that represents a measurement.
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3. Continuous variable
A variable that can take on an infinite range of values along a specific continuum (e.g. weight, height).
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4. continuous variable
A variable that may take on any value in an interval or intervals (its domain). ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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5. continuous variable
Type: Term Definitions: 1. a variable that may take on any value in an interval or intervals (its domain).
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6. Control variable
The term control variable has different meanings, depending on the area/place in which it is used. The control variable is something that is constant and unchanged in an experiment. A control variable is any factor that remains unchanged and strongly influences values; it is held constant to test t...
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7. Control Variable
The inputs and outputs which a control system manipulates and measures to keep proper control.
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8. control variable
A variable in a model controlled by an agent in order to optimize something. Contexts: models
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9. controlled variable
output variable of the controlled system which will be acted upon by one or more of the manipulated variables
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10. controller output variable
output variable of the controller which is deducted from the error variable and is also the input variable of the actuator
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11. Controlling for a variable
In a scientific experiment measuring the effect of one or more independent variables on a dependent variable, controlling for a variable is a method to reduce the confounding effect of variations in a third variable that may also affect the value of the dependent variable. For example, in an experi...
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