• (adj): Excessively devoted to one faction.
    Synonyms: one-sided
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Some articles on biased:

Gossip Protocol - Biased Gossip
... These biased gossip protocols need to ensure a sufficient degree of connectivity to avoid the risk of complete disconnection of one side of a network ... to maintain lists of peers in ways that might be somewhat biased ...
Epsilon-Biased Sample Spaces - Definition - ϵ-biased Set
... An -biased sample space that is generated by picking a uniform element from a multiset is called -biased set ... The size of an -biased set is the size of the multiset that generates the sample space ...
Contraharmonic Mean - Uses in Statistics
... The problem of a size biased sample was discussed by Cox in 1969 on a problem of sampling fibres ... The expectation of size biased sample is equal to its contraharmonic mean ... the usual sample mean (arithmetic mean) is a biased estimator of the true mean ...
Monopolies Of Knowledge - Origins of The Concept - History and Classical Studies
... Innis incorporated these ideas in his concept of time-biased and space-biased media ... when there was a balance between time- and space-biased media ... unbalanced partly because of the monopoly of knowledge exercised by space-biased communications technologies such as the daily newspaper ...
Conditioned Place Preference - Advantages and Disadvantages - Disadvantages
... Another limitation of the procedure is the distinction between a biased and an unbiased CPP-apparatus ... In a biased context, it is to show an absolute CPP to the initially non-preferred place ... On the other hand, with a biased design, you can distinguish between the anxiolytic and antiaversive e€ffects of drugs independently from potential genuine rewarding e€ffects ...

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Famous quotes containing the word biased:

    Scientists are human—they’re as biased as any other group. But they do have one great advantage in that science is a self-correcting process.
    Cyril Ponnamperuma (b. 1923)