i] slots with equal probability, while in the modified versions after i collisions a node is assumed to transmit in each slot with probability [2.
1 indicates, after a successful transmission, which occurs with probability 1-[p.
For example, suppose that, in addition to its allowable inherent bias of 3%, the laboratory has the minimum systematic shift that is detectable with probability = 0.
For example, suppose that in addition to its allowable inherent CVa of 3%,the laboratory has the minimum increase in CVa that is detectable with probability = 0.
Actually, we found that a laboratory satisfying the NCEP recommendations and performing adequate QC procedures can attain correct classifications for TC, TGs, HDLC, and LDLC with probability [greater than or equal to] 0.
Therefore, he believes that the defendant is guilty with probability [Beta](n - 1, n) [less than or equal to] q, that is, not guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, and hence he (weakly) prefers that the defendant be acquitted.
It follows that conditional on a conviction the defendant must be innocent with probability bounded strictly away from zero and that this lower bound is independent of the size of the jury.
When the juror receives the signal g, she votes to convict with probability 1, that is, [Sigma](g) = 1.
Furthermore, in a responsive equilibrium it must be the case that [Sigma](i) [less than] 1; otherwise, each juror votes to convict with probability one irrespective of the signal.
If a juror receives no information from being pivotal, then he believes that the defendant is guilty with probability 1 - p when he receives the signal i.
then for large n the defendant is either guilty with probability close to one (if the above fraction is less than one) or innocent with probability close to one (if the above fraction is greater than one).
then for large n the defendant is innocent with probability close to one; if a [greater than] [a.