uncertainness


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J., y Romero, R., Transmission network expansion planning considering uncertainness in demand, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems: 21(4), 1565-1573 (2006)
The huge number of chemical reactions and a series of not-completely-understood phenomena related to the actual metabolic pathways involved in the process determine a significant level of uncertainness, which generally does not allow rigorous model formalization by proper mathematical relationships.
Indecisiveness and uncertainness are no less a problem than a know-it-all attitude in foreign policy.
The uncertainness may come from data, parameterization, and WRF model itself.
Park and Lessig (1977) noted in their research that young adults are most likely to be vulnerable to the pressure of their peers since they have limited capacity to cope with risk and uncertainness than more mature individuals.