Definitions for "Experiment"
A trial or special observation, made to confirm or disprove something uncertain; esp., one under controlled conditions determined by the experimenter; an act or operation undertaken in order to discover some unknown principle or effect, or to test, establish, or illustrate some hypothesis, theory, or known truth; practical test; proof.
To make experiment; to operate by test or trial; -- often with on, upon, or in, referring to the subject of an experiment; with, referring to the instrument; and by, referring to the means; as, to experiment upon electricity; he experimented in plowing with ponies, or by steam power.
An experiment is direct observation under controlled conditions. Most experiments involve carefully changing one variable and observing the effect on another variable (for example, changing temperature of a water sample and recording the change volume that results).
Keywords:  cardgame, rycke, vernyns, sander, tim
See controlled experiments or quasi-experimental design.
Experiment is a cardgame for 3-6 players designed by Tim De Rycke and Sander Vernyns.
Keywords:  kisky, netmedia, sara, smith, everyone
a piece of work which everyone believes except the author
a project by artist Sara Smith, working with technology partner Kisky Netmedia
Keywords:  quasirandomness, puzzle, new
a new puzzle of quasirandomness
Keywords:  curious, inns, slug, horn, mesh
a very curious illustration of the whole practice of inns and boarding-houses in its rose mesh is a resemblance between the slug-horn to foure elements
A set of samples taken on the target application program.
a selection of a sample of n individuals from a population and measuring each individual in the sample in some way
Describes the protocols and handling used to prepare an enzymatically digested protein sample for analysis by mass spectrometry. An experiment belongs to a single campaign, but may be associated with several biomass sources to allow for metabolic labeling experiments.
Keywords:  mockup, surrogate, rmw, confirm, effect
An effort to discover or confirm some principle or effect usually in some scaled down form such as a mockup, or surrogate form such as a computer model. [D02748] RMW
a method of exposing and understanding the cause of an effect
a study of cause and effect
The general classification of the type of experiment being conducted on non-production releases of tagged hatchery fish. Provided for Alaskan releases only.
a method to increase the quality of microgravity onboard the International Space Station
Keywords:  topic, lecturers, wrong, talk, discuss
an opportunity for students to talk science together and for the lecturers to discuss that topic with them
a tool that you design to find out if your ideas about your topic are right or wrong
a purposeful activity designed to solve a particular problem
The ability to use some or all of the process skills to solve problems.
Keywords:  norman, dream, true, come
a dream come true for me," Norman said
Keywords:  dpu, usage, together, linked, single
a set of measurements linked together by usage of a common DPU and under a single PI
a venture at something new or different; "as an experiment he decided to grow a beard"
Something one does deliberately to see what happens.
Keywords:  feedback, systems
Feedback systems
Use the chemistry and composition of foods to explain how it relates to the quality of a food product.
an aggregation of data for trials and subjects
a purposely-executed trial which is set up, measured and compared with expectations
a device to make nature speak intelligibly
Keywords:  slice, world, small, material
a small slice of the material world
a situation involving chance or probability that leads to
Keywords:  course, even, operation, result, number
an operation, of course, even though its result is a number