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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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Representativeness is related to the specification of uncertainty in DA systems: in the DA context, representativeness error is the variability present in observations, but not represented by the DA system, and is considered a component of observation error.
New Delhi [India], August 4 ( ANI ): The Centre on Friday announced the revision of the base year to calculate the All-India Wholesale Price Index (WPI) from 2004-05 to 2011-12, as part of an exercise to capture structural changes in the economy and to improve the quality, coverage and representativeness of the indices.
This is the first time, we are hearing someone speak against the notion of democracy and representativeness in the august chambers of the United Nations,' the Pakistani envoy said while referring to the G-4's objections.
Qualitative analysis provided information about system attributes; simplicity, flexibility, data quality, acceptability, timeliness, representativeness and stability while quantitative analysis provided the sensitivity and Positive Predictive Value (PVP) of the systems.
We model representativeness as inducing people to overestimate the probability of outcomes that are only relatively more likely," Gennaioli explains.
Secondly, the labeled training dataset is used to learn an initial dictionary, and then the samples are iteratively selected from unlabeled dataset based on two measures: informativeness and representativeness.
Justices Moldaver, Rothstein, Wagner and Gascon held that while representativeness is an important feature of the jury system, its meaning is circumscribed.
Use of CFD modeling for estimating spatial representativeness of urban air pollution monitoring sites and suitability of their locations
In quantitative research, representativeness of the sample is a primary concern for the research findings to be generalizable to a larger population (McMillan, 2008).
Anyone voted by Muslims has more representativeness since Muslims are the majority in Lebanon, " said Sleiman.
She sneaks in a discussion of The Cocktail Party (1949), which was a hit, and mentions Eliot's work in the thirties, which was both more successful and more technically innovative, but cannot mount a serious case for the significance or representativeness of his later work.
If, as the Welsh Tories claim today, almost half of the seats on community councils are going uncontested - the transparency and representativeness of these organisations must be called into serious question.