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Table 1 Random allocation algorithm

From: Measuring causes of death in populations: a new metric that corrects cause-specific mortality fractions for chance

Training Data: mutually exclusive, collectively exhaustive cause list (C1, C2, …, C J ), fixed a priori.
Input: VAI results X.
Output: Cause C, selected uniformly at random from (C1, C2, …, C J ).