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Probabilistic Definition

  • of or relating to or based on probability

Sentence Examples

The probabilistic event may produce different results each time.

Is the universe determined or probabilistic?

Probabilistic quantum theory.

Is the "overlap" only limited and probabilistic?

[From Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema by Rangelovska, Lidija]

Unknown probabilities forks into assuming a uniform distribution (Laplace) or use non-probabilistic techniques like minimax or neglect.

[From Definition & Reality in the General Theory of Political Economy by Cool, Thomas]

Esp. appropriate for algorithms with factorial or super-exponential running time in the average case and probabilistically infinite worst-case running time.

[From The Jargon File, Version 4.2.2, 20 Aug 2000 by Raymond, Eric S.]

TransTalk is an automatic dictation system that makes use of a probabilistic translation model in order to improve the performance of its voice recognition model.

[From The Internet and Languages [around the year 2000] by Lebert, Marie]

"I would like a discussion of the Bell inequalities together with a modicum of quantum mechanical background to show how elegant probabilistic reasoning shows that the quantum world is truly random (unless you would like to go for an even more weird non-local deterministic theory)."

[From Definition & Reality in the General Theory of Political Economy by Cool, Thomas]

He, therefore, took the "Medulla" of the Jesuit, Hermann Busembaum, subjected it to a thorough examination, confirmed it by internal reasons and external authority, and then published a work which was received with universal applause, and whose doctrine is entirely on Probabilistic principles.

[From The Jesuits, 1534-1921 A History of the Society of Jesus from Its Foundation to the Present Time by Campbell, Thomas J. (Thomas Joseph)]

In the Patristic and medieval periods Probabilism had not been scientifically formulated, but many of the Fathers and early Doctors solved cases probabilistically, and there are not a few passages in the great theologians before the sixteenth century which enunciate the same principles as those advocated by Probabilists.

[From Moral Theology A Complete Course Based on St. Thomas Aquinas and the Best Modern Authorities by McHugh, John A. (John Ambrose)]

The RALI produces the "TransX family" of what it calls "a new generation" of translation support tools (TransType, TransTalk, TransCheck and TransSearch), which are based on probabilistic translation models that automatically calculate the correspondences between the text produced by a translator and the original source language text.

[From Multilingualism on the Web by Lebert, Marie]

RALI produces the "TransX family" of what it calls "a new generation" of translation support tools (TransType, TransTalk, TransCheck, and TransSearch), which are based on probabilistic translation models that automatically calculate correspondences between the text produced by a translator and the original text from the source language.

[From The Internet and Languages [around the year 2000] by Lebert, Marie]