Origin of stochastic
OTHER WORDS FROM stochasticsto·chas·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use stochastic in a sentence
From a mathematical point of view, it’s using probabilistic logic and bringing in a lot of statistics and stochastic reasoning and so on.
About ten years after Manabe, Hasselmann created a stochastic weather model, meaning a model that accounts for chance.This year’s Physics Nobel honors work on the complex systems underlying climate change|Elana Spivack|October 5, 2021|Popular-Science
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.
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.
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