dependent englannista suomeksi
Having a probability that is affected by the outcome of a separate event.
2005, Alejandro Balbás, Rosario Romera, Esther Ruiz, ''Recent Advances in Applied Probability'', Springer, page 49:
- Within the GMM framework, the distribution of returns conditional on the market return can be both serially dependent and conditionally heteroscedastic.
2006, M.M. Rao and Randall J. Swift, ''Probability Theory with Applications (Second Edition)'', Springer, page 87:
- Is it possible to find events ''A'', ''B'' of ''Ω'' so that ''A'' and ''B'' are independent? The answer to this simple and interesting problem is no. A probability space (''Ω'',''Σ'',''P'') is called a “''dependent probability space''” if there are no nontrivial independent events in ''Ω'', (''Ω'',''Σ'',''P'') is called an ''independent space'' otherwise.
Affecting the lower part of the body, such as the legs while standing up, or the back while supine.
One who relies on another for support
''With two children and an ailing mother, she had three dependents in all.''