If generating uniformly-distributed random data,
and throwing away results which appear too cluttered,
what would the resulting data be called?
(The generated data may be assumed to be
"truly" random for the purposes of the question)
I labeled this pseudo-uniformly-distributed random data.
The random distribution is no longer uniformly-distributed
since the more cluttered a result is,
the less probability it has of being used,
which ultimately offsets the uniformity of the distribution.
A colleague stated that this term is incorrect,
but could not provide a more acceptable term.