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* Sampling from a finite population
* Sampling ( medicine ), gathering of matter from the body to aid in the process of a medical diagnosis and / or evaluation of an indication for treatment, further medical tests or other procedures.
# Sampling from the entire probability density function by actually considering each possible outcome of it at each location.
In theory, a Nyquist frequency just larger than the signal bandwidth is sufficient to allow perfect reconstruction of the signal from the samples: see Sampling theorem: Critical frequency.
Discrete-time signal created from a continuous signal by Sampling ( signal processing ) | sampling.
Sampling theory provides methods for calculating the probability that the poll results differ from reality by more than a certain amount, simply due to chance ; for instance, that the poll reports 47 % for Kerry but his support is actually as high as 50 %, or is really as low as 44 %.
Sampling for biological testing involves collection of plants and / or animals from the surface water body.
The second title of the bill was submitted by McKinney, seeking a Comprehensive Environmental Sampling and Toxicity Assessment Plan, or CESTAP, to minimize harm to Gulf Coast residents from the toxic releases into the environment caused by the hurricane.
Sampling of cumulus cells can be performed in addition to a sampling of polar bodies or cells from the embryo.
The program used the drillship Joides Resolution ( JOIDES = Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling ) on 110 expeditions ( Legs ) to collect about 2000 deep sea cores from major geological features located in the ocean basins of the world.
Sampling continued to figure heavily in FLA's sound, though its usage had evolved somewhat-not only were FLA taking from film ( RoboCop 2 and Exorcist III, for instance ) but also from other musical recordings-" Bio-Mechanic " opens with a sample from New Order's " Cries and Whispers ".
Sampling came into wider use among hip hop DJs, who appropriated rhythms, vocal parts or backing music from existing songs and pieces and combined and manipulated them, usually to serve as backing for rap vocals by an MC.
( A ) Sampling from habitat ; ( B ) filtering particles, typically by size ; ( C ) Lysis and DNA extraction ; ( D ) cloning and library construction ; ( E ) sequencing the clones ; ( F ) sequence assembly into contigs and scaffolds.
Snowball Sampling is a method used to obtain research and knowledge, from extended associations, through previous acquaintances, “ Snowball sampling uses recommendations to find people with the specific range of skills that has been determined as being useful .” An individual or a group receives information from different places through a mutual intermediary.
* Part D: A Review of Statistical Sampling from Laplace to Neyman
, UniMES contains only data from the Global Ocean Sampling Expedition ( GOS ).
* EpilepsyHealth. com-' A Sampling from Chapter 3 ' Biofeedback, Neurofeedback and Epilepsy, Sally Fletcher ( 2005 )
Adsorption Method for Sampling of Dioxins and Furans ( AMESA ) is an automatic system for continuous monitoring of emissions of dioxins and furans from industrial processes which require official approval in compliance with environmental regulations.
* Sampling of photos from the book Good Stuff, Alfred A. Knopf / Random House, publisher.
Sampling always refers to a procedure of gathering data from a small aggregation of individuals that is purportedly representative of a larger grouping which must in principle be capable of being measured as a totality.
Sampling error always refers to the recognized limitations of any supposedly representative sample population in reflecting the larger totality, and the error refers only to the discrepancy that may result from judging the whole on the basis of a much smaller number.

Sampling and rap
Sampling is one of the biggest aspects of hip hop and rap, and these types of records provide breaks for artists to use in their songs.

Sampling and R
A. Tsay, W. S. Lovejoy, David R. Karger, Random Sampling in Cut, Flow, and Network Design Problems, Mathematics of Operations Research, 24 ( 2 ): 383 – 413, 1999.

Sampling and &
What sampling method to use ?- examples: Probability Sampling :- ( cluster sampling, stratified sampling, simple random sampling, multistage sampling, systematic sampling ) & Nonprobability sampling :- ( Convenience Sampling, Judgement Sampling, Purposive Sampling, Quota Sampling, Snowball Sampling, etc.

Sampling and B
Kendall and B. Babington Smith, " Randomness and Random Sampling Numbers ," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society 101: 1 ( 1938 ), 147-166.

Sampling and new
Sampling, which is the use of sound clips as part of a new recording, is another technique commonly employed by the band.
Sampling with the DISC Drill will begin over the 2007 season and researchers and scientists expect that these new ice cores will provide data to establish a greenhouse gas record back over 40, 000 years.
The new unit designation was the 1211th Test Squadron ( Sampling ).
* Sampling in music making is a prime example of reuse and remix to produce a new work.

Sampling and three
; Sampling rate: Speex is mainly designed for three different sampling rates: 8 kHz ( the same sampling rate to transmit telephone calls ), 16 kHz, and 32 kHz.
There was also a dedicated button for Sampling, and three for the built-in sequencer.

Sampling and for
* Reject Inference for removing Sampling Bias.
# Sampling and analog-to-digital conversion ( ADC ) ( Sometimes before or instead of the above point, for example by means of undersampling ).
Sampling is the process of converting a signal ( for example, a function of continuous time or space ) into a numeric sequence ( a function of discrete time or space ).
Black's later chapter on " The Sampling Principle " does give Nyquist some of the credit for some relevant math:
* Sampling ( case studies ), selection of cases for single or multiple case studies
* Sampling ( for testing or analysis ), taking a representative portion of a material or product to test ( e. g. by physical measurements, chemical analysis, microbiological examination ), typically for the purposes of identification, quality control, or regulatory assessment
Sampling via deep trawling indicates that lanternfish account for as much as 65 % of all deep-sea fish biomass.
* Sampling frequency 8 kHz / 16-bit ( 240 samples for 30 ms frames )
Sampling the waveform at higher frequencies and allowing for a greater number of bits per sample allows noise and distortion to be reduced further.
* ASTM E105 Standard Practice for Probability Sampling Of Materials
* ASTM E141 Standard Practice for Acceptance of Evidence Based on the Results of Probability Sampling
* ASTM E1994 Standard Practice for Use of Process Oriented AOQL and LTPD Sampling Plans
* ASTM E2234 Standard Practice for Sampling a Stream of Product by Attributes Indexed by AQL
* Sampling methods for censuses and surveys ( 1949 )
Umbrella Sampling is used to move the system along the desired reaction coordinate by varying, for example, the forces, distances, and angles manipulated in the simulation.
Sampling can be done for functions varying in space, time, or any other dimension, and similar results are obtained in two or more dimensions.
Sampling of water for physical or chemical testing can be done by several methods, depending on the accuracy needed and the characteristics of the contaminant.

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