exchangeability


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Therefore, the authors raised concerns regarding the exchangeability of treatments in the absence of consolidated data from real cases.
Access to fiat investment opportunities provides unprecedented diversification in terms of income sources while retaining all the benefits of the crypto universe, including decentralization, transparency, and exchangeability. On the flip side, traditional investors get higher net return, thanks to the cost-efficient structure of tokenized funds.
dollars through official currency exchange markets, during the three months ended June 30, 2017, we concluded there was an other-than-temporary lack of exchangeability between the Venezuelan bolivar and the U.S.
Because there are no exchangeability or portability requirements for the client.
Furthermore, it is not necessary to use different GPC columns for different types of solvents due to a high solvent exchangeability of GPC HK-404L columns.
The platform, which is expected to be available in early 2018, will offer load-waived shares from 20 mutual fund companies, with free exchangeability across fund families to be able to move funds over time as investors' needs change.
experiential exchangeability of Helen and the eidolon--her "clone
LDA is based on a simple exchangeability postulation for the words and topics in a document; it is therefore comprehended by anup-front application of de Finetti's depiction theorem.
The ion exchangeability also provided the opportunity to prepare precursor of ceramics.
In [15,16], we have dealt with the validity on exchangeability of integral and limit in the solving process of PDEs by using dominated convergence theorem.
With additional assumptions on exchangeability and shape restrictions on the distribution of simultaneous selection, even tighter bounds can be derived [13].
The value of "stim knowledge" is its abstract exchangeability on the academic market.
However, it does rely on the very strong assumption of exchangeability of error terms, which may frequently not hold in actual practice.
The desired exchangeability needs to be achieved although suppliers employ different technologies with regard to specific needs.