# Interval

• 91interval estimation — Statistics. the process of estimating a parameter of a given population by specifying an interval of values and the probability that the true value of the parameter falls within this interval. Cf. point estimation. * * * ▪ statistics       in&#8230; …

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• 92Interval order — In mathematics, especially order theory,the interval order for a collection of intervals on the real lineis the partial order corresponding to their left to right precedence relation.More formally, a poset P = (X, leq) is an interval order if and …

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• 93Interval chromatic number of an ordered graph — In mathematics, the interval chromatic number X …

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• 94Interval (time) — With regards to time, an interval or period is the duration between two events or occurrences of similar events. It is related to the mathematical concept of interval in that the interval contains all of the points of time between the two events …

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• 95interval estimate — Statistics. the interval used as an estimate in interval estimation; a confidence interval. * * * …

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• 96interval estimate — Statistics. the interval used as an estimate in interval estimation; a confidence interval …

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• 97interval of convergence — Math. an interval associated with a given power series such that the series converges for all values of the variable inside the interval and diverges for all values outside it. Cf. circle of convergence. * * * …

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• 98interval cycle — noun In music, that which unfolds a single recurrent interval in a series that closes with a return to the initial pitch class. See Also: interval class …

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• 99Interval-Aerobic-Training — intervalinės aerobinės pratybos statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Intervalinės pratybos, kai tarp palyginti trumpų (30 sek.–5 min. trukmės) didėjančio aerobinio intensyvumo (nuo vidutinio iki didelio) pratimų daromos trumpos&#8230; …

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• 100interval ownership — Type of ownership of second (i.e. vacation) home whereby the property is owned for only an interval (e.g. two weeks or a month) of the year. Each owner receives a deed covering his interval period. See also timesharing …

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