Ergodic Definition

Designating or of the theory that any large enough statistical sample can be representative of the whole.
Webster's New World
Of or having to do with a system or process that demonstrates such a theory.
Webster's New World

(mathematics, physics) Of or relating to certain systems that, given enough time, will eventually return to previously experienced state.


Origin of Ergodic

  • Disputations are held about the true etymological origin: ἔργον + ὁδός versus ἔργον + εἶδος.

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  • International Scientific Vocabulary erg- +‎ -ode (+ -ic)

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