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Statistics is considered to be a science due to its nature. There different scientific processes that are used in collecting, computing and analyzing data for statistics,.
The fundamental concept is that there are many processes in the world that contain a random element. If that were not the case, everything would be deterministic and there would be no need for probability of statistics.
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There are a number of definitions. In mathematics, it depends on the context that the word is used. One definition is for a "random event" where all outcomes are equally likely to occur. A random selection of lottery numbers means that in the long run, no one number is likely to occur more than another one. Random events are typically considered independent random events, in that one event can not affect the outcome of another one. A "random variable" means that the probability of any value occurring corresponds to a given probability distribution function. There is a common use of random, which means to act without a plan. See related link
Michael O'Flynn has written: 'Probabilities, random variables, and random processes' -- subject(s): Probabilities, Random variables, Signal processing, Stochastic processes
Percy A. Pierre has written: 'Characterizations of Gaussian random processes by representations in terms of independent random variables' -- subject(s): Gaussian processes, Random noise theory
Stochastic processes are families of random variables. Real-valued (i.e., continuous) random variables are often defined by their (cumulative) distribution function.
Random numbers that are generated by a computer are pseudo-random (not really random), but they will pass enough statistical tests for randomness to be useful in simulation random processes. Java has random number generators in the standard libraries. See the related link if you need more information.
Knowledge to the structure of DNA.
Wilbur B. Davenport has written: 'Exercise solutions' 'Probability and random processes' -- subject(s): Probabilities, Stochastic processes
Thomas Gerald Newman has written: 'The generation of random variates' -- subject(s): Distribution (Probability theory), Numbers, Random, Random Numbers, Space trajectories, Stochastic processes
They are inverse processes because they are the same operation just a different outcome, and that outcome is considered opposites.
actually the life processes are as follows: nutrition excretion digestion respiration reproduction & nervous system are not considered in life processes because if a person is not reproducing or if he/she is in coma ... he/she will not die they will still be alive so these two processes are not considered in life process.