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representative of the population as a whole; e.g. erythrocyte counts of randomly selected samples of a population. See also random.
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The opening of the Georgian representativeness in Tbilisi made Softengi the first Ukrainian IT outsourcing company in Georgia, which is widely known country for its active policy of information technologies integration not only in business, but also at the governmental level.
In this case, psychologists interpret representativeness to mean that people assume that random sequences of two outcomes are best represented by a short sequence containing both: reds and blacks when playing roulette, or heads and tails when flipping a coin.
Although other researchers have found that the top 4 or 5 percentiles of income are slightly underrepresented and the bottom few percentiles are not, Bee, Meyer, and Sullivan point out that this slight departure from representativeness has implications for how CE data are appropriately used.
Their response has been to defend the need to ameliorate Christian representativeness.
AFIS will expand the scope and representativeness of food security data, while increasing the performance, reliability and timeliness of systems of food security information at the state level.
It was also suggested in notes on the online survey that answers to the questions would enable the organisation to monitor the representativeness of the responses and identify trends.
The FTSE China A50 Index represents the 50 largest A-Share companies, offering the optimal balance between representativeness and tradability for China's A Share market.
Until recently, the SNC was considered by the international community as the "legitimate interlocutor", but its lack of representativeness was increasingly criticized, particularly by the U.
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski stressed in his address that the new building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was one of the most beautiful buildings in the heart of the city, raising the representativeness of the institution.
For our organisation's continuity, equity and representativeness, it is vital we explore whether barriers to full participation exist, if the needs of overseas-trained members are being addressed, and if NZNO needs to make any changes to support these members better.
In order to provide representativeness for the entire territory, the objects "spa centers", "mountain centers" and other.
The success of our organization depends on the size and representativeness of its membership.