
Definition of Joint probability
1. Noun. The probability of two events occurring together.
Definition of Joint probability
1. Noun. The probability of a random variable which is like the Cartesian product of two (or more) component random variables. ¹
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Medical Definition of Joint probability
1. The probability that two or more outcomes are realised jointly; the probability that the child is both male and affected is 1/4. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Joint probability
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1. Statistics in Molecular Biology and Genetics: Selected Proceedings of a 1997 by Françoise SeillierMoiseiwitsch (1999)
"Then p'^(fc) is the joint probability that A is in state i and B in state j ...
Let k = (k\ , k^, . . . , k[) and denote by <& the joint probability of ..."
2. A Drillbook in Algebra by George William Jones (1892)
"The probability of the simultaneous occurrence of two or more independent events
is their joint probability. Eg, that the letter A be drawn and an ace be ..."
3. Topics in Statistical Dependence by Henry W. Block, Allan R. Sampson, Thomas H. Savits (1990)
"Reversing Arc Operation in a Two Node Probabilistic Influence Diagram Although
the diagrams are different they have the same joint probability function for ..."
4. Sas/stat 9.1 User's Guide by SAS Institute, Virginia Clark (2004)
"... which is the joint probability of selection for the two units selected from
the stratum If you request the ..."
5. Access to Credit and Its Impact on Welfare in Malawi by Aliou Diagne, Manfred Zeller (2001)
"But by Bayes's rule we have f, ., _ P(y,x,j) _ f(y\xj)p(j,x) f  J where p(y,x,j)
and p(j,x) are the joint probability densities of (x,y,j) and (j,x), ..."
6. Illinois Teacher: Devoted to Education, Science and Free Schools by Illinois Education Association (1859)
"C.'s probable correctness is $ : the joint probability of the correctness of A.
andB. is(J + f)42,=ji; the resulting probability is ..."
7. Transactions of the Faculty of Actuaries by Faculty of Actuaries in Scotland (1907)
"as above). It will be desirable to demonstrate separately each of these two methods.
(i) The logarithm of the joint probability, in respect of two lives of ..."