• (adj): Without bias.
    Synonyms: unbiassed
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on unbiased:

Estimation - Unbiased Sample Standard Deviation
... For unbiased estimation of standard deviation, there is no formula that works across all distributions, unlike for mean and variance ... Instead, s is used as a basis, and is scaled by a correction factor to produce an unbiased estimate ... For the normal distribution, an unbiased estimator is given by s/c4, where the correction factor (which depends on N) is given in terms of the Gamma function, and ...
Mutually Unbiased Bases
... In quantum information theory, mutually unbiased bases in Hilbert space Cd are two orthonormal bases and such that the square of the magnitude of the ...
Methods For Finding Mutually Unbiased Bases - Hadamard Matrix Method
... is the standard basis, then all bases which are unbiased with respect to this basis can be represented by the columns of a complex Hadamard matrix multiplied by a normalization ... problem of finding a set of k+1 mutually unbiased bases therefore corresponds to finding k mutually unbiased complex Hadamard matrices ...
SIC-POVM - Relation To MUBs
... In a d-dimensional Hilbert space, two distinct bases are said to be mutually unbiased if This seems similar in nature to the symmetric property of SIC-POVM ... SIC-POVM is precisely the problem of finding equiangular lines in whereas mutually unbiased bases are analogous to affine spaces ... analogy of finding a "complete set of mutually unbiased bases is identical to the geometric structure analogous to a SIC-POVM " ...
Stein's Unbiased Risk Estimate
... In statistics, Stein's unbiased risk estimate (SURE) is an unbiased estimator of the mean-squared error of "a nearly arbitrary, nonlinear biased ...

More definitions of "unbiased":

  • (adj): Characterized by a lack of partiality.
    Example: "An unbiased account of her family problems"
    Synonyms: indifferent, unbiassed

Famous quotes containing the word unbiased:

    There is not a more disgusting spectacle under the sun than our subserviency to British criticism. It is disgusting, first, because it is truckling, servile, pusillanimous—secondly, because of its gross irrationality. We know the British to bear us little but ill will—we know that, in no case do they utter unbiased opinions of American books ... we know all this, and yet, day after day, submit our necks to the degrading yoke of the crudest opinion that emanates from the fatherland.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1845)

    Where there is no exaggeration there is no love, and where there is no love there is no understanding. It is only about things that do not interest one, that one can give a really unbiased opinion; and this is no doubt the reason why an unbiased opinion is always valueless.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)