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- noun uncountable The
stateor qualityof being random; randomness.
- noun countable An
instanceof randomness; an unpredictable characteristic.
- noun countable In any
processof randomness; the ratioof predicted actionto unpredicted action.
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Both the rain and the season will mean we're less likely to run into other illegal swimmers. randomity
In Snookums 'case, the randomity of the brain would exceed optimum, and the robot would become insane.
His circuits would tend to exceed optimum randomity, and that would mean, in human terms, that he would be insane -- and therefore worthless.
But the evasive action taken by a human pilot, aided by a randomity selector, is not logical and therefore cannot be handled by a computer.
# avoiding detection, plus a collection of randomity
avoiding detection, plus a collection of randomity
"that it was possible -- and necessary -- to introduce a certain randomity within the circuit choices themselves -- Ah! Hello, Leda, my dear!"
He's built to experiment, and if he's kept from experimenting for too long, he'll exceed the optimum randomity of his circuits. "
He'll tell you that 'the circuits exceeded their optimum randomity limit.'"