uncertainty

  1. being unsettled or in doubt
  2. the state of being unsure of something

Uncertainty

Conditions where there is no reliable data to help predict future events.

Uncertainty

Usually refers to risk or volatility.
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uncertainty

[n] - being unsettled or in doubt
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uncertainty

It is impossible to know exactly where something is and where it is going. This is a fundamental law of nature has a major effect on quantum theory.
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Uncertainty

Uncertainty: You may be uncertain why 'uncertainty' deserves a place in a medical dictionary but some would say that uncertainty is a key element in medicine. 'The core predicament of medicine -- the thing that makes being a patient so wrenching, being a doctor so difficult and being a part of a society that pays the bills they run up so vexing -- ...
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uncertainty

uncertainness noun being unsettled or in doubt or dependent on chance; `the uncertainty of the outcome`; `the precariousness of his income`
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uncertainty

If outcomes will occur with a probability that cannot even be estimated, the decisionmaker faces uncertainty. Contrast risk. This meaning to uncertainty is attributed to Frank Knight, and is sometimes referred to as Knightian uncertainty. The decisionmaker can apply game theory even in such a circumstance, e.g. the choice of a dominant strategy. Kr...
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Uncertainty

• (n.) The quality or state of being uncertain. • (n.) That which is uncertain; something unknown.
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Uncertainty

Failure to know anything that may be relevant for an economic decision, such as future variables, details of a technology, or sales. In models, uncertainty usually appears as a random variable and corresponding probability density function. But in practice, most international models, especially of trade, assume certainty.
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Uncertainty

Uncertainty is a term used in subtly different ways in a number of fields, including philosophy, physics, statistics, economics, finance, insurance, psychology, sociology, engineering, and information science. It applies to predictions of future events, to physical measurements that are already made, or to the unknown. Uncertainty arises in partia...
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Uncertainty

Usually refers to risk or volatility.
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Uncertainty

Uncertainty is the standard error of measurement as it relates to the accuracy and precision of the measuring instrument. Low uncertainty value means higher accuracy and precision of the device
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uncertainty

It is impossible to know exactly where something is and where it is going. This is a fundamental law of nature has a major effect on quantum theory.
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uncertainty

Molecular Medicine
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