nonrandomness

nonrandomness

(ˌnɒnˈrændəmnəs)
n
the quality or condition of not being random
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Although previous studies of cross-judge disparities have asserted that assignment to judges is random in practice, (145) I find that assignment is not random and consider the likely causes of the nonrandomness.
We also recognize the possibility that the number of restrictions on the data might introduce nonrandomness to our sample.
But if there is truly no engagement in this setup, then any nonrandomness before this deterministic screen would get destroyed; event-correlated nonrandomness emerging after that screen could then only have been produced by a contrivance--a prior fitting of the bits so that the (constantly updated) deterministic algorithm would produce nonrandom bits on the other end.
It is transformation of time series into sequences of such inconsistent histograms, revealing well-reproducible cosmo-physical regularities, indicating nonrandomness of "stochastic" physical processes [1].
More succinctly, the analysis below demonstrates the effect of using an imputation model (or swapping rule) that does not contain a regressor of interest, and thus is not conflated with any bias that could arise from nonrandomness of the suppression rule.
Nonrandomness of point mutation as rejected in nucleotide substitutions in pseudogenes and its evolutionary implications.
0001, a visual analysis of Missing Values Patterns revealed that data appeared to be missing towards the end of the questionnaire (potentially due to response fatigue), which contributed to a pattern of nonrandomness.
Additionally, industry-specific or regional-specific variables may also be needed to alleviate the nonrandomness of residuals.
The Eberhardt statistic and the detection of nonrandomness of spatial point distributions.
The geographic distributions of rodents with hantavirus and arenavirus antibodies were tested independently, and then jointly for nonrandomness using Chi-squared tests ([alpha] = 0.
But for this appropriate nonrandomness to constitute a genuine free will, Balaguer argues, it must be indeterminate in a particular kind of way.