randomness

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Englisch - Türkisch
rastgele olma
rasgelelik
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) rastlantısallık
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) başıboşluk
random
gelişigüzel

Hislerim gelişigüzel olabilir, ama düşüncelerim asla! - My feelings may seem random but my thoughts are never!

random
rastlantısal

Bu tamamen rastlantısaldı. - It was totally random.

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rastgele

Bu Tatoebadan rastgele bir cümledir. - This is a random sentence from Tatoeba.

O, rastgele kitaplar okur. - He reads books at random.

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rasgele
random
(Biyokimya) düzensiz
random
(Tıp) random
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(İnşaat) rassal
Random
laalettayin
complete spatial randomness
(İstatistik) Tam uzaysal rassallık
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(Askeri) (AT RANDOM) Rastgele
random
at random rasgele
random
rasgele oluş
random
tesadüfi
random
seçkisiz
random
random sample istatistik bir bütünü temsil edecek şekilde seçilmiş örnek grup
random
randomize istatistik rasgele dağıtmak
random
tesadüfen
random
random shot rasgele ateş
Englisch - Englisch
A measure of the lack of purpose, logic, or objectivity of an event

There was no randomness in the teacher's selection of the class representative.

The property of all possible outcomes being equally likely
A type of circumstance or event that is described by a probability distribution
n An element playing an increasing role in the determination of political, public, and private events in American life
a basic statistical concept and property implying an absence of a plan, purpose or pattern, or of any tendency to favor one outcome rather than another
the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan (thermodynamics) a thermodynamic quantity representing the amount of energy in a system that is no longer available for doing mechanical work; "entropy increases as matter and energy in the universe degrade to an ultimate state of inert uniformity
(thermodynamics) a thermodynamic quantity representing the amount of energy in a system that is no longer available for doing mechanical work; "entropy increases as matter and energy in the universe degrade to an ultimate state of inert uniformity"
The randomness of a checksum or digest algorithm is the extent to which the algorithm scrambles its signature based on the input block See also Signature
{i} fortuitousness, state of being accidental, haphazardness
distribute benefits and burdens according to a random procedure
A measure of the lack of purpose, logic or objectivity of an event
n 1 An inexplicable misfeature; gratuitous inelegance 2 A {hack} or {crock} that depends on a complex combination of coincidences (or, possibly, the combination upon which the crock depends for its accidental failure to malfunction) "This hack can output characters 40--57 by putting the character in the four-bit accumulator field of an XCT and then extracting six bits --- the low 2 bits of the XCT opcode are the right thing " "What randomness!" 3 Of people, synonymous with `flakiness' The connotation is that the person so described is behaving weirdly, incompetently, or inappropriately for reasons which are (a) too tiresome to bother inquiring into, (b) are probably as inscrutable as quantum phenomena anyway, and (c) are likely to pass with time "Maybe he has a real complaint, or maybe it's just randomness See if he calls back "
the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan
randominity
Kolmogorov randomness
Informally, the property of a string being not longer than any computer program that can produce that string; that is, the property of a string being incompressible
algorithmic randomness
Informally, the property of a string being not longer than any computer program that can produce that string; that is, the property of a string being incompressible
random
Speed, full speed; impetuosity, force

And therwith two of them dressid their sperys, and Ulfyus and Brastias dressid theire speres, and ranne to gyder with grete raundon.

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Pseudorandom in contrast to truly random; mimicking the result of random selection

The rand function generates a random number from a seed.

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Having unpredictable outcomes and, in the ideal case, all outcomes equally probable; resulting from such selection; lacking statistical correlation

The results of the field survey look random by several different measures.

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Representative and undistinguished; typical and average; selected for no particular reason

A random American off the street couldn't tell the difference.

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Apropos of nothing; lacking context; unexpected; having apparent lack of plan, cause, or reason

The narrative takes a random course.

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The full range of a bullet or other projectile; hence, the angle at which a weapon is tilted to allow the greatest range

Fortie yards will they shoot levell, or very neare the marke, and 120 is their best at Random.

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Characterized by or often saying random things; habitually using non sequiturs

You're so random!.

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Of or relating to probability distribution

A toss of loaded dice is still random, though biased.

statistical randomness
Informally, the property of a numeric sequence of containing no recognizable patterns or regularities; exemplified in the results of an ideal die roll, or the digits of π (as far as we can tell)
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spontaneous
Random
randon
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All outcomes being unpredictable and, in the ideal, equally probable; resulting from such selection; lacking statistical correlation
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lacking a definite plan, purpose or pattern; due to chance
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based strictly on a chance mechanism, with negligible deterministic effects
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(at random: by chance, without thinking about or planning the events)
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Representative and undistinguished; typical and average
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by chance, like the flip of a coin
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lacking any definite plan or order or purpose; governed by or depending on chance; "a random choice"; "bombs fell at random"; "random movements"
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Not in an order Refers to the data i e , files stored on a disk
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Process or event that occurs by chance
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the assignment of treatments to experimental units, or the selection of samples, such that all units or samples have an equal chance of receiving the treatment being estimated It serves to assure unbiased estimates of treatment means and experimental error
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The direction of a rake- vein
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(x) numeric used to create a random number (in the range 0 x-1) Usually used in assignment statements like: dice : = random(6)+1
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A function that is affected by no input or state and whose output cannot be anticipated Currently, only quantum effects (e g , electron tunneling across a (thermally compensated) diode junction) qualify For a binary random variable, the odds of the next output value being zero or one are always 50/50 -- notably independent of previous output values or the current environment (temperature, voltage, etc )
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Prince, later King of Amber, son of Oberon R was chosen to the throne by the Unicorn on the field of the battle of the Courts of Chaos
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A random sample is one whose value does not appear to depend on the previous sample's value, or on anything else A series of random samples sounds like white noise
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taken haphazardly; "a random choice
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Distance to which a missile is cast; range; reach; as, the random of a rifle ball
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2. If you describe events as random, you mean that they do not seem to follow a definite plan or pattern. random violence against innocent victims + randomly ran·dom·ly drinks and magazines left scattered randomly around
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Eluding precise prediction, completely irregular Compare stochastic
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By chance
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If something happens at random, it happens without a definite plan or pattern. Three black people were killed by shots fired at random from a minibus. adj. random access memory Random House random variable
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Apropos of nothing; lacking context; unexpected; having apparent lack of plan, cause or reason
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Term applied to ranges beyond point-blank, or to firing at such ranges Accuracy -- a relative term at best -- of smoothbore artillery began to drop off sharply as a gun was elevated and could not be predicted with anything like certainty except in such leisurely circumstances as siege or garrison work, hence the very literal use of the word random in references to shooting at longer ranges Because of this loss of accuracy, most gun carriages of this time did not permit more than a few degrees of elevation; howitzer carriages permitted somewhat more
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An undefined, unknown or unimportant person; a person of no consequence
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A roving motion; course without definite direction; want of direction, rule, or method; hazard; chance; commonly used in the phrase at random, that is, without a settled point of direction; at hazard
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without order or apparent reason Sometimes the police patrol van comes past every hour so you can predict when they will be around, but in other places they seem to patrol at random, and so you never know if the cops will show up while you are busy If you chose a number at random between 0 and 1, the chance is 1 in 4 that it will be less than 0 25
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Eluding precise prediction, completely irregular
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lacking any definite plan or order or purpose; governed by or depending on chance; "a random choice"; "bombs fell at random"; "random movements" taken haphazardly; "a random choice
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Returns a random number in the range of the two numbers The returned value will be greater than or equal to the first number, and less than or equal to the second number
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(nit)wit
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accidentally, by chance, fortuitously, without prior planning
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{s} chance, fortuitous, accidental, unplanned
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Force; violence
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Going at random or by chance; done or made at hazard, or without settled direction, aim, or purpose; hazarded without previous calculation; left to chance; haphazard; as, a random guess
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A way to choose a sample that represents all the people we want to reach (in political polling, that's usually likely voters) A sample is random if each member of the population has an equal chance of being represented
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chance; having no discernible pattern
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If you choose people or things at random, you do not use any particular method, so they all have an equal chance of being chosen. We received several answers, and we picked one at random
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Pertaining to a process or variable whose outcome or value depends on chance or on a process that simulates chance, often with the implication that all possible outcomes or values have an equal probability of occurrence; for example, the outcome of flipping a coin or executing a computer-programmed random number generator
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taken haphazardly; "a random choice"
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A remarkably tricky term, far too much so for me to attempt a definition here Quite a few cryptosystems have been broken via attacks on weak random number generators, even when the rest of the system was sound See RFC 1750 for the theory It will be available locally if you have downloaded our RFC bundle (which is described here) Or read it on the net See the manual pages for ipsec_ranbits(8) and random(4) for details of what we use There has recently been discussion on several mailing lists of the limitations of Linux /dev/random and of whether we are using it correctly Those discussions are archived on the /dev/random support page
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n –ness adj When events or players’ actions in a game are very unpredictable Often players will have little, if any, control over the elements that control their performance in the game (See also luck)
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A random sample or method is one in which all the people or things involved have an equal chance of being chosen. The survey used a random sample of two thousand people across England and Wales The competitors will be subject to random drug testing. + randomly ran·dom·ly interviews with a randomly selected sample of thirty girls aged between 13 and
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A random refers to a random event, which takes the form of a spell, except for the newer "barbarians " I've compiled a list of randoms and their accompanying message in news, though the actual effects of the specific spell are slight, e g a random fire will destroy several buildings, but nowhere near the scale of an actual Fire spell These messages vary from those of obscured spells for the most part, so the message will generally tell you if a spell is hostile or a random if you're unsure The primary affect of most randoms is dropping morale to 1%, which can be devastating to a kingdom that has trouble supporting itself under normal conditions All randoms are instant and cannot be dispelled
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von randomness im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

random
(Tıp) random
randomness

    Silbentrennung

    ran·dom·ness

    Türkische aussprache

    rändımnıs

    Aussprache

    /ˈrandəmnəs/ /ˈrændəmnəs/

    Etymologie

    (adjective.) 1565. random +‎ -ness

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