Definitions for "Independence"
The state or quality of being independent; freedom from dependence; exemption from reliance on, or control by, others; self-subsistence or maintenance; direction of one's own affairs without interference.
In all matters relating to the assignment, an independence in mental attitude is to be maintained by the auditors. This means freedom from bias.
self-governance, freedom from conflict of interest and undue influence. The IS Auditor should be free to make his/her own decisions, not influenced by the organization being audited and its people (managers and employers).
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the successful ending of the American Revolution; "they maintained close relations with England even after independence"
A situation in which a country has its own government, and rules itself. The Americans fought a war of independence against Britain because they no longer wanted to be ruled by the British.
The American Elm U. americana cultivar Independence was raised by Eugene B. Smalley and Donald T. Lester at the University of Wisconsin from a crossing of the American Elm cultivar Moline and American Elm W-185-21 to become one of the six clones forming the American Liberty range.
being governed by its own people, and not by those in another country.
authority of self-government unrestricted by any constitutional control by another state
The virtue of self-reliance.
When two variables or events are unrelated, or when individual data observations do not depend on any others. Two events are independent if the probability of them both happening is the product of the probabilities of them happening individually.
Two events or variables are independent if knowledge of one provides no information about the value of the other. Thus, the probability of either is unaffected by the value of the other variable or event.
The lack of any relationship between two random events.
The cornerstone of any Compact is upholding the sector's independence (together with its accountability to a range of stakeholders) and especially the right of voluntary and community organisations to campaign within the law without this affecting any public funding they receive and which should be understood as adding value.
Those attributes of a system that determine its non-dependency on the software environment (i.e. computing system, operating system,, utilities, input/output routines, libraries).
The ability to function while depending as little as possible on help from other people” (Bailey & Wolery, p.39).
In mathematical logic, a sentence σ is called independent of a given first-order theory T if T neither proves nor refutes σ; that is, it is impossible to prove σ from T, and it is also impossible to prove from T that σ is false.
Keywords:  missouri, santa, trail, western, city
a city in western Missouri; the beginning of the Santa Fe Trail
For older people independence is crucial. This can be compromised by inappropriate design, and is conditional on being able to carry out daily living activities like bathing, dressing, cooking, contact with family and friends and social participation.
a necessary step if confidence is to be restored after last year's A-level fiasco
The avoidance of all relationships that impair or appear to impair an accountant's objectivity.
Separation of responsibilities which ensures the accomplishment of objective evaluation. After [dob].
Sufficient means for a comfortable livelihood.
Generally defined as not receiving, other than for service on the board, any consulting, advisory, or other fee from the organization, and not being with the organization, or any subsidiary of the organization. Most governance experts believe that a majority of the board should have no other relationship to the organization.
Keywords:  pets, privacy, free, bounds, renting
Independence is the right or ability to be free from the control of others.
Owning your own home provides you with independence and more privacy than renting. You are free to paint walls, plant flowers, keep pets and anything else within legal bounds.
Keywords:  rely, donors, don't, enough, money
Having enough money so you don't have to rely on those donors.
Not being subject to control by others.
A nation, state, or territory not under the control of any other power.
Keywords:  sample, affect, location, another, one
The location of one sample does not affect the location of another