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unbiased

(ŭn-bī′ĭst)
1. Neutral; impartial; uninfluenced.
2. Scientifically randomized.
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On the one hand, good measurement outcomes can unbiasedly determine all links on these path (see Section 4.1).
Because of their small space density, a wide-area survey is required to unbiasedly detect AGNs at very high redshifts.
Background information regarding these factors was collected beforehand, and judiciously and unbiasedly, the division of the students was made.
He is a truly independent thinker and researcher who truly follows what I call the scientific attitude: follow the evidence unbiasedly, no matter where it leads.
"All these crimes, including the bloody battle in Odesa this May, should be unbiasedly investigated under the effective international control and those guilty should be held accountable," the statement said.
Does not their profession require that they share such findings to the public honestly and unbiasedly?
These sequences are unbiasedly random without any periodicity, which are obtained by simply assigning each site in the sequences as nucleotide base [LAMBDA] ([LAMBDA] = A, T, C, or G) with the probability [P.sub.[LAMBDA]] = 1/4
To unbiasedly predict the genotypic values of the 168 cotton varieties, the adjusted unbiased prediction (AUP) method was used because it gives more accurate prediction of variance for predicted genetic effects than the best linear unbiased prediction (BLUP) method [21].
So we can perhaps more unbiasedly assess weak and strong aspects of the recent development.
Organizations that are able to unbiasedly evaluate their strengths and weakness and how they are being used will provide insights into any untapped competitive advantages that might exist from within.
Under this configuration, both conventional and proposed gaits can be realized and compared unbiasedly. For simplicity, we focus on the motion of a cubic truss structure which is symmetric about its principal axes.