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unbiased

(ŭn-bī′ĭst)
1. Neutral; impartial; uninfluenced.
2. Scientifically randomized.
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A recommended alternative method for recording microhabitat use might be to measure microhabitat use for a subset of fish per species, where subsamples are selected unbiasedly from the overall sample pool.
The Buddha also demands that the regulations should be "not misapprehended, justly, unbiasedly stipulated with the purpose to completely alleviate suffering" (The Middle Length Discourse of the Buddha: 420-1).
With no influence of D effects, D variance were estimated unbiasedly but with large MSE for both GDs 3 and 4, while variance for D x E effects were overestimated for these two GDs.
Figure 1C depicts the effect of PCB acting strictly through SL and is estimated unbiasedly by the two-stage approach.
The total number of neurons in the human neocortex unbiasedly estimated using optical dissector.
Therefore, it appears that population demographics and morphometrics can be easily and unbiasedly collected from hunter bag checks.
Also in this first group are Salomon Maimon (1753-1800), the first Jewish thinker who attributed an unbiasedly positive role to Spinoza in the development of modern philosophy; Berthold Auerbach (1812-1882), the poet who was the first to translate most of Spinoza's works into German and who wrote a novel in which Spinoza's friend Lodewijk Meyer stated that it was a Jew (i.
Not surprisingly, particularly in light of the evidence in the literature suggesting that stock market participants respond quickly and unbiasedly to the stimulus of novel information, trends in the cumulative abnormal returns over the three tested post-event windows do not generate results different from what would be expected via random chance.
The author led me easily and unbiasedly through the situation to a completely unpredictable, and this enjoyable, climax.
Deutsche provides a hypothetical interpretation of the social world that might be able to meet the demands of impartiality, but concludes that it is impossible to unbiasedly represent any social space.
Section 3 will detail the data used in the analysis, while section 4 describes the methodology undertaken to determine whether the market is pricing the securities unbiasedly.