Definitions for "RANDOMIZATION"
A process of choosing the members of an experimental and control group without bias.
Assignment of a patient to a treatment protocol that is decided at random. This may be done when a new treatment is being compared to a standard one
Involves assigning individuals to groups by using chance processes.
is a technique in which a feedback shift register adds a PN sequence to the original data. This is used to add transitions to long sequences of 1's or 0's in the original data. The receiver subtracts out the PN sequence using a derandomizer, thereby recovering the original data. Randomized codes are generally identified by the length of the shift register. The IRIG-106 standard of 15 bit randomized NRZ-L code is usually employed.
Randomization is a process to systematically or randomly reorder (shuffle) the data. Randomization starts with the original data and calculates the appropriate test statistic on each reordering.
The process of distributing schedule start times for different clients within a specified percentage of the schedule's startup window.
Keywords:  eliminate, subjectivity, way
A way to eliminate subjectivity
To make random in arrangement, especially in order to control the variables in an experiment.