Definition of uncorrelated in English:

uncorrelated

Syllabification: un·cor·re·lat·ed
Pronunciation: /ənˈkôrəˌlātid, -ˈkär-
 
/

adjective

Not correlated; lacking a mutual relationship or connection.
More example sentences
  • Maximum economies of scale mean the essential goods are uncorrelated.
  • In the second stage, we apply Independent Component Analysis (ICA) to separate the channels of information from uncorrelated noise.
  • In large alignments, with fairly randomly scattered ambiguities, site-pattern probability estimates remain close to uncorrelated.

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