Pay attention to what I say, as in Mark my words, that man is not to be trusted. This admonition first appeared in Miles Coverdale’s 1535 translation of the Bible (Isaiah 28:23).
noun, Theology. 1. the mark put on the forehead of those who worship the beast, the symbol of opposition to God. 2. the stain of apostasy, regarded as both indelible and inescapable. Rev. 13:16.
See Andrei Markov, Markov chain, Markov model, Markov process. (1995-02-23)
[mahr-kawf] /ˈmɑr kɔf/ noun, Statistics. 1. a restricted to discrete random events or to discontinuous time sequences. /ˈmɑːkɒf/ noun 1. (statistics) a sequence of events the probability for each of which is dependent only on the event immediately preceding it
- Markov model
probability, simulation A model or simulation based on Markov chains. (2000-10-29)