learning curve


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a graph showing the rate of learning (especially a graph showing the amount recalled as a function of the number of attempts to recall)

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Your learning curve will also set the tone for your employment.
North East contractor Meldrum has been appointed to deliver the multimillion-pound project, which forms part of a PS1m investment by Learning Curve Group to aid future growth and create up to 60 new jobs.
4) An extremely variable learning curve has been documented for PSM rates after RARP--with prior series estimating a plateau in PSM rates after 20 to 1600 cases.
It's a learning curve and we are taking small steps.
Learning Curve, which was itself sold by its original owners in a private equity-backed deal in March, has taken over Work-Wise Personnel Limited (WWP) to capitalise on opportunities created by the Government's new education and skills policy.
Learners will undergo a mix of academic teaching, provided by a Learning Curve Group education team, and work experience in Optionis' offices, alongside its mentors.
I very much look forward to working with Learning Curve Group and to seeing this relationship grow.
Learning Curve, which offers training programmes for 16 to 18-year-olds and adult learners, has used LaW s materials for two years and credits them with assisting to achieve a 93% per cent overall course success rate.
It also provides opportunities for 28 service users of the council's innovative Learning Curve which offers a range of services to help and support adults with learning disabilities.
They've learned the next six to 10 weeks is going to be a big learning curve," said Blackwell.
They've learned today that every week for the next six to 10 weeks is going to be a big learning curve.
ANFIELD 4pm, SUN LIVERPOOL v QPR LIVERPOOL manager Brendan Rodgers admits his first season in charge has been a learning curve he needed to fully comprehend the "monumental challenge" ahead of him.
To better elucidate the learning curve of robotic hysterectomy, we focused on a more objective, patient-centered analysis that utilized cumulative summation, or CUSUM, analysis and operative complications, This approach mitigates many of the problems encountered in earlier studies and reveals broader implications for the adoption of new surgical techniques and surgical quality control.
Examples of research-based learning curve rates for selected tasks are provided.
A sampling of topics includes learning and thinking systems, management at the flat end of the learning curve, half-life theory of learning curves, accelerated learning by experimentation, the lot sizing problem and the learning curve, steady-state characteristics under processing-time learning and forgetting, industrial work measurement and improvement through multivariate learning curves, and learning curves in project management, for CAD competence building, and in energy technology policy.
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