# момент произвольного порядка

## English translation: moment of any order

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 Russian term or phrase: момент произвольного порядка English translation: moment of any order Entered by:

 12:38 Dec 13, 2010
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mathematics & Statistics
 Russian term or phrase: момент произвольного порядка context sentence: О поведении моментов произвольного порядка многомерных процессов стохастической аппроксимации source: http://www.mathnet.ru/php/archive.phtml?wshow=paper&jrnid=pp...
 Richard DiPrimaUnited States Local time: 11:37
 moment(s) of any order Explanation:The equivalent phrase "moment(s) of arbitrary order" is much less frequently used by native English speakers than by Russian, German, and other non-Engkish-speaking authors writing in English This may be due to undesirable connotations of the word "arbitrary" Anyway, Google hits for "any" exceed those for "arbitrary" by an order of magnitude
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Andrei B
Local time: 19:37
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5 +3moment(s) of any order
 Andrei B
4 +2moments of arbitrary order
 Maruti Shinde
4moment of a given order
 rns

Discussion entries: 1

5 mins   confidence: peer agreement (net): +2
moments of arbitrary order

Explanation:
moments of arbitrary order

 Maruti ShindeIndiaLocal time: 22:07Native speaker of: Marathi, English

agree
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agree  rns: "On the Behavior of Moments of Arbitrary Order of Multivariate Stochastic Approximation Processes" is how this article's name has already been translated — http://goo.gl/gLMaI
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12 mins   confidence:
moment of a given order

Explanation:
http://goo.gl/NzMI5

 rnsWorks in fieldNative speaker of: RussianPRO pts in category: 32

1 hr   confidence: peer agreement (net): +3
moment(s) of any order

Explanation:
The equivalent phrase
"moment(s) of arbitrary order"
is much less frequently used by native English speakers than by Russian, German, and other non-Engkish-speaking authors writing in English
This may be due to undesirable connotations of the word "arbitrary"

Anyway, Google hits for "any" exceed those for "arbitrary" by an order of magnitude

 Andrei BLocal time: 19:37Specializes in fieldNative speaker of: RussianPRO pts in category: 20

agree
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agree
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agree
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