[ ran-duh-mahy-zey-shuhn ]

  1. the act or process of ordering or selecting people, things, or places in a random way, as in a sample or experiment, especially in order to reduce bias and interference by irrelevant variables: Randomization was achieved by using a computer-generated number to assign each participant to a group.

Origin of randomization

  • Also especially British, ran·dom·i·sa·tion .

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