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To arrange randomly; to make random
{f} make random, make haphazard (also randomise)
arrange in random order; "Randomize the order of the numbers
ran·dom·ize randomizes randomizing randomized in BRIT, also use randomise If you randomize the events or people in scientific experiments or academic research, you use a method that gives them all an equal chance of happening or being chosen. The wheel is designed with obstacles in the ball's path to randomise its movement Properly randomized studies are only now being completed. to choose things in a way that is not carefully controlled or planned in order to do a scientific test
arrange in random order; "Randomize the order of the numbers"
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Simple past tense and past participle of randomize
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To arrange randomly; to make random
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arrange in random order; "Randomize the order of the numbers"
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{f} make random, make haphazard (also randomize)
randomised
set up or distributed in a deliberately random way
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past of randomise
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third-person singular of randomise
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present participle of randomise
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The percentage of the startup window that the server can use to randomize start times for different client nodes associated with a schedule
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The use of probability sampling to assign subjects to experimental and control groups ratio scale: A measurement of a variable that results in the classification of phenomena into a set of attributes This scale is characterized by an absolute zero point as well as equal distance between attributes research triangulation: The use of multiple methods of investigation The assumption for use of this method is that any bias inherent in the study would be neutralized in conjunction with other data sources and collection procedures There are two types
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a deliberately haphazard arrangement of observations so as to simulate chance
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{i} process of making random, process of making haphazard (also randomisation)
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a procedure in which the assignment of subjects and treatments to groups is based on chance Randomization ensures control over the extraneous variables and increases the reliability of the experiment
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A schedule for allocating treatment material and for conducting treatment combinations in a DOE such that the conditions in one run neither depend on the conditions of the previous run nor predict the conditions in the subsequent runs Note: The importance of randomization cannot be over stressed Randomization is necessary for conclusions drawn from the experiment to be correct, unambiguous and defensible
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allows unbiased estimates to be made of sample statistics such as the sample means Experimental units, e g animals, test-tubes etc , should be assigned to treatments at random It may also be necessary to apply treatments at random, i e not in the same sequence
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A technique of assigning patients to treatment and control groups that is based only on chance distribution It is used to diminish patient selection bias in clinical trials Proper randomization of patients is an indifferent yet objective technique that tends to neutralize patient prognostic factors by spreading them evenly among treatment and control groups Randomized assignment is often based on computer-generated tables of random numbers
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Participants are assigned by chance, often by a computer, either to receive the study agent (intervention group) or not (control group)
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There may be several different treatments being compared in a clinical trial; to avoid any unfair concentration on any particular treatment, patients are assigned treatments at random by a computer
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Randomization (in scientific experiments) provides data observations that are independently distributed, as required for the valid application of statistical methods By random allocation of experimental units and the sequence in which trials are conducted: (1) effects of extraneous factors are averaged out; (2) experimenter bias is removed The use of controls can help varify randomization
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The process of selection done in a way so that there is no predictable or specific pattern In a research study, the assignment of volunteers to one test group or another is randomized to eliminate the possibility that the results will be influenced to factors not measured in the study In the MOMS the chances of being in either the prenatal or postnatal surgery groups is 50%, the same odds as getting a heads or tails when flipping a coin
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The process of assigning trial subjects to treatment or control groups using an element of chance to determine the assignments in order to reduce bias return to contents
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The process of making random
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The process of distributing schedule start times for different clients within a specified percentage of the schedule's startup window
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Assignment of subjects to different treatments, interventions or conditions according to chance rather than systematically (e g , as dictated by the standard or usual response to their condition, history, or prognosis, or according to demographic characteristics)
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A technique which gives every patient an equal chance of winding up in any particular arm of a controlled clinical trial
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Ideally, a process that ensures every member of a population has an equal chance to be included in the study's sample This is often not possible Cardiologist at MUSC can not select study patients from all patients with unstable angina, only those who are admitted to MUSC More importantly, randomization means that study patients are assigned to treatment or placebo groups for the experiment, without regard to any patient characteristics or study personnel desires or biases
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the arrangement of a set of objects in a random order, a set of treatments applied to a set of experimental units is said to be randomized when the treatment applied to any given unit is chosen at random from those available and not already allocated
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Making use of randomness (as in 'randomized algorithm') This is probably an unfortunate term, since it doesn't imply that one starts with something deterministic and then 'randomizes' it See also Monte Carlo and Las Vegas
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set up or distributed in a deliberately random way
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Obtained by randomization
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past of randomize
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Has no definite order
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A function or algorithm is randomized if the output depends not only on the input but also on some random element For example, the output from OAEP is a function of the input and a random seed Compare to deterministic
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A trial in which patients are randomly assigned to receive either drug or placebo
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-a study where the volunteers are assigned to receive a medicine or a placebo without bias
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third-person singular of randomize
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