Tests to confirm that the results of a program lie within certain ranges according to the expected probability distribution.
[kon-fi-duh nt] /ˈkɒn fɪ dənt/ adjective 1. having strong belief or full assurance; sure: confident of fulfillment. 2. sure of oneself; having no uncertainty about one’s own abilities, correctness, successfulness, etc.; self-confident; bold: a confident speaker. 3. excessively bold; presumptuous. 4. Obsolete. trustful or . noun 5. a . /ˈkɒnfɪdənt/ adjective 1. (postpositive) foll by […]
[kon-fi-dant, -dahnt, kon-fi-dant, -dahnt] /ˌkɒn fɪˈdænt, -ˈdɑnt, ˈkɒn fɪˌdænt, -ˌdɑnt/ noun 1. a sofa or settee, especially of the 18th century, having a triangular seat at each end divided from the greater part of the seat by an armrest. n. see confidant.
[kon-fi-den-shuh l] /ˌkɒn fɪˈdɛn ʃəl/ adjective 1. spoken, written, acted on, etc., in strict privacy or secrecy; secret: a confidential remark. 2. indicating confidence or intimacy; imparting private matters: a confidential tone of voice. 3. having another’s trust or confidence; entrusted with secrets or private affairs: a confidential secretary. 4. /ˌkɒnfɪˈdɛnʃəl/ adjective 1. spoken, written, […]
noun, Law. 1. a confidential statement made to a lawyer, doctor, or pastor, or to one’s spouse, privileged against disclosure in court if the privilege is claimed by the client, patient, penitent, or spouse.