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That was the 17th century and he was an honorable man of the times.If he rejected a prospective mate, she was assumed unwilling to reconsider him again. What is the so-called 'optimal stopping rule' in such a situation?
The very first question was how to do "sampling without replacement"?The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.Please contact the server administrator and inform them of the time the error occurred, and the actions you performed just before this error.More information about this error may be available in the server error log.Astronomer Johannes Kepler didn't know when to stop dating. He wanted to remarry following the death of his first wife, but decided to only date less than a dozen potential spouses -- sequentially.like so: / P R# S1 ---------- ---------- -------------- 3 1 .05301 4 2 .07995 8 3 .10943 9 4 .11958 12 5 .25818 10 6 .26806 7 7 .33318 11 8 .36668 6 9 .38548 5 10 .70442 1 11 .77084 2 12 .93543 12 rows selected.
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I want to sequence the candidates, without repeats.
I have the DBMS_RANDOM package I can invoke from Oracle SQL. Oracle of course promotes its optional, extra-cost data mining. I didn't want to invoke Java, or work in PL/SQL either.
After banging my head against this, I realized that ROW_NUMBER and DBMS_RANDOM should do the trick.
Consider 12 numbers (1,2,3...12) chosen without replacement...