
Definition of Law of large numbers
1. Noun. (statistics) law stating that a large number of items taken at random from a population will (on the average) have the population statistics.
Generic synonyms: Law, Law Of Nature
Category relationships: Statistics
Definition of Law of large numbers
1. Noun. (statistics) The statistical tendency toward a fixed ratio in the results when an experiment is repeated a large number of times; law of averages. ¹
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Literary usage of Law of large numbers
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1. The Mathematical theory of probabilities and its application to frequency by Arne Fisher (1922)
"THE law of large numbers. 51. A Priori and Empirical Probabilities. ... This relation
is established by means of the famous Law of Large Numbers " (AA ..."
2. Theory of Observations by Thorvald Nicolai Thiele (1903)
"From this point of view then the law of large numbers has the character of a belief.
There is in all external conditions such a harmony with human thought ..."
3. Empirical Processes: Theory and Applications by David Pollard (1990)
"This section will present both a uniform weak law of large numbers (convergence
in probability) and a uniform strong law of large numbers (convergence ..."
4. History, Theory, and Technique of Statistics by August Meitzen (1891)
"They are the socalled law of large numbers and the socalled regularity of
seemingly voluntary actions. § 84. THE SOCALLED law of large numbers. ..."
5. The New International Encyclopaedia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1906)
"It is this 'law of large numbers.' or the permanence of numerical relations in
social life, that makes it possible to describe human societies with accuracy ..."
6. Statistics, Probability, and Game Theory: Papers in Honor of David Blackwell by David Blackwell, Thomas Shelburne Ferguson, Lloyd S. Shapley, James B. MacQueen (1996)
"But we have seen that, according to von Mises, limiting relative frequencies in
Kollektivs do not owe their existence to the law of large numbers. ..."
7. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1837)
""What is called in geometry the universal law of large numbers, is the rule and
the foundation of all calculations of probabilities. ..."