## Look up: stochastic

1. stochastic
probabilistic
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2. Stochastic
Something that is random.
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3. Stochastic
Random; arising from a process that generates different values each with some probability.
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4. Stochastic
Is a condition in finance or economics whereby changes occur on a more abrupt basis than those expected to be 'normally' encountered. In some ways stochastic has infinite variance and/or non-converging means implications.
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5. Stochastic
Affected by random variations; a stochastic variable can assume any one of a set of values, each value having a certain probability. Contrast deterministic where the state is known with certainly.
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6. Stochastic
With respect to Radiation Protection , stochastic effects (also referred to as Probabilistic ) represent radiation harm for which there is no threshold (see Linear Dose Response ) . Even the smallest quantity of Ionising Radiation exposure can be said to have a finite probability of causing an effec...
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7. stochastic
[adj] - (statistics) being or having a random variable
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8. stochastic
Pertaining to or arising from chance and hence obeying the laws of probability.
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9. Stochastic
This is the adjective applied to any phenomenon obeying the laws of probability.
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10. stochastic
Random or probabilistic event.
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11. Stochastic
Sto·chas'tic (sto*kăs'tĭk) adjective [ Greek stochastiko`s , from stocha`zesqai to aim, to guess, from sto`chos mark or aim.] 1. Conjectural; able to conjecture. [ Obsolete] Whitefoot.
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12. stochastic
Random or probabilistic event. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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1. stochastic
adjective being or having a random variable; `a stochastic variable`; `stochastic processes`
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2. stochastic
synonym for random. Contexts: statistics; econometrics; time series
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3. stochastic
(sto-kas´tik) pertaining to a random process; used particularly to refer to a time series of random variables.
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4. Stochastic
• (a.) Conjectural; able to conjecture.
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5. stochastic
stochastic 1. A reference to, characterized by, or skilled in conjecture; conjectural. 2. Subject to the laws of probability; not predictable within a given time limit or spatial framework, as the disintegration of a single radioactive element; such as, the stochastic phenomena of microphysics. 3....
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6. Stochastic
Random; arising from a process that generates different values each with some probability. Contrasts with deterministic.
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7. Stochastic
Stochastic (from the Greek στόχος for aim or guess) refers to systems whose behavior is intrinsically non-deterministic, sporadic and categorically NOT intermittent. A stochastic process is one whose behavior is non-deterministic, in that a system`s subsequent state is determined both by the ...
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8. Stochastic
implies the presence of a random variable (Marriott 1990:197).
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9. stochastic
Something that is random.
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10. STOCHASTIC
Having the attributes of random chance.
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11. stochastic
Type: Term Pronunciation: stō-kas′tik Definitions: 1. Random.
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12. Stochastic
Stochastic means "random" in opposition to "deterministic" (where random phenomena are not involved). Stochastic models are based on random trials that are guided by computerized stochastic algorithms.
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13. stochastic
(Gk: stochos aim, guess; stochazomai to aim at; to guess) determined by a random distribution of probabilities. Random, haphazardly.
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