Origin of stochastic
OTHER WORDS FROM stochasticsto·chas·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use stochastic in a sentence
A few years later, Vempala and Yin-Tat Lee of the University of Washington refined Eldan’s stochastic localization to lower the KLS factor even further, to the fourth root of the dimension.
Periodically over the next few years, some idea for how to modify stochastic localization would pop into his head and he would ponder it for a few hours before giving up.
British Dictionary definitions for stochastic
- (of a random variable) having a probability distribution, usually with finite variance
- (of a process) involving a random variable the successive values of which are not independent
- (of a matrix) square with non-negative elements that add to unity in each row