degree of freedom

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(statistics) an unrestricted variable in a frequency distribution

one of the minimum number of parameters needed to describe the state of a physical system

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The degree of freedom for the Mantel--Haenszel chisquare statistic is calculated to test the hypothesis that the relationship between two variables (row and column variables) is linear; it is calculated as (N- 1) x [r.
Since the effective degree of freedom is 6, from t-distribution table at 95% CL the coverage factor K = 2.
Severe (in fact, |Sevier') being the name of a former overseer] cross," suggesting again, when he "felt a degree of freedom," a new ascension.
Following are chapters organized under two themes: single degree of freedom systems, and multi-degrees of freedom systems.
The degree of freedom for all systematic errors is infinity, as their uncertainty or accuracy is provided without confidence level.
A crosstabulation analysis was used with a 2 x 2 contingency table, which allowed for one degree of freedom.
But any degree of freedom would provide the United States with a remarkable opportunity to gauge economic and political conditions in one of the world's most closed societies.
Monolithic six degree of freedom inertial measurement unit (6DoF IMU) eagerly awaited by the market coming soon
In this section, a single degree of freedom system with a polymeric isolator is under study.