Outcome may refer to:
- outcome, a concept in probability
- Outcome (game theory), a concept in game theory
- The Outcome, a Swedish punk rock band
- outcome measure (or endpoint) in a clinical trial
Other articles related to "outcome, outcomes":
... The communists did not have the dilemmas faced by the nationalists and enjoyed popular support, and thus was able to easily overwhelm their nationalist adversary, and thus achieving victory without much difficulty ... Like other similar clashes immediately after the end of World War II between the communists and the nationalists in China, the political gain was much greater than the military one for the communists as result of this battle ...
... However, the impact was far greater than anyone on the Allied side realised, and the ramifications went far beyond New Guinea ... Imperial General Headquarters had regarded the defeats in the Guadalcanal Campaign and Battle of Buna-Gona as setbacks only, and had continued to plan offensives in the South West Pacific ...
... performs comparisons on every possible outcome of the election in order to find the set of winners it considers the best ... However, it only compares outcomes that differ by one winner directly ... Outcomes that differ by more than one winner are compared by finding the strongest path between the two outcomes ...
... involves comparing the present outcome to a better outcome, telling you how to get ahead (e.g ... a downward counterfactual compares the present outcome to a worse outcome, informing how to keep things from getting worse in the future (e.g ...
Famous quotes containing the word outcome:
“These are days ... when a great cloud of trouble hangs and broods over the greater part of the world.... Then all about them, all about us, sits the silent, waiting tribunal which is going to utter the ultimate judgment upon this struggle.... No man is wise enough to produce judgment, but we call hold our spirits in readiness to accept the truth when it dawns on us and is revealed to us in the outcome of this titanic struggle.”
—Woodrow Wilson (18561924)
“Masterpieces are not single and solitary births; they are the outcome of many years of thinking in common, of thinking by the body of the people, so that the experience of the mass is behind the single voice.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)
“... the outcome of the Clarence Thomas hearings and his subsequent appointment to the Supreme Court shows how misguided, narrow notions of racial solidarity that suppress dissent and critique can lead black folks to support individuals who will not protect their rights.”
—bell hooks (b. c. 1955)