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the arithmetic mean of the absolute values of deviations from the mean of a distribution

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In a fifth analysis format, the absolute deviation was used to rank the performance of each cRM within each cTnI system (as first, second, third, and so forth), according to the sum of absolute deviations from each set of cRMs.
15, the null hypothesis that there is no difference between the mean absolute deviation of each of the forecasting methods is rejected.
69 percent increase in this year's policyholder dividends and an 1 percent increase in last year's absolute deviation in free cash flow from the insurer's mean cash flow leads to a 0.
Similar to Scenario 2, it shows that the specifications using the matched comparison group have lower estimator bias: the mean absolute deviation values are .
The mean absolute deviation of the GC and QSPR methods was similar for predictions of HRC and THR, and for the prediction of char % the QSPR method gave slightly better predictions than GC.
The results reveal that Finland, Denmark, Ireland (it was possible to calculate mean absolute deviations at the NUTS2 level only for these countries as they were divided into regions only at that level), Sweden, The Netherlands, and Bulgaria are quite homogeneous by the cultural dimensions under discussion.
D end = absolute deviation of D from baseline in last quarter, percentage points.
the sum of the absolute deviations in daily resource usage, the sum of only the increases in daily resource usage from one day to the next, the sum of the absolute deviations between daily resource usage and the average resource usage, the maximum daily resource usage, the maximum deviation in daily resource usage, the maximum absolute deviation between daily resource usage and the average resource usage, the sum of the square of daily resource usage, the sum of the square of the deviations in daily resource usage, the sum of the square of the deviations between daily resource usage and the average resource usage).
Average absolute deviation percentage in the average contaminant concentration of these different cases because of the change of the spill location was only 5%.
Inventory Deviation (DINV), the other dependent variable, is the mean absolute deviation for a state to the inventory mean of all states during a particular year.
The recovery of soil OC within the fractions was calculated as a percentage (Eqn 14) and an absolute deviation (Eqn 15), where POC, HOC, ROC, and OC are all expressed in units of g C/kg soil:
The Egyptian top diplomat strongly criticized the EU's failure to condemn such acts "which amount to an absolute deviation from peacefulness.
He strongly criticized the international community for remaining silent rather than denouncing such criminal acts, which amount to an absolute deviation from peacefulness.
Expressing his surprise and shock over the deployment of the judicial officers as the Returning Officers to conduct the May 2013 elections in the Country, holding it as an absolute deviation from the Judicial Policy.
The summary statistics of the absolute deviation during these 15 periods are reported in column (1) of Table 4.