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the quality of being near to the true value

(mathematics) the number of significant figures given in a number

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ILI accuracy typically is stated in terms of a tolerance and a certainty.
In fact, if the spectral accuracy can be accurately measured, it has the potential to be a better discriminator than mass accuracy.
Features provide accuracy and fast response to temperature changes, while making the transducer less susceptible to flow erosion.
Thus, it was hypothesized in the proposed path model that effort judgments would lead to preservice teachers' accuracy prediction as well as performance.
We are going to reach the necessary level of accuracy using a new experimental scheme for the A-asymmetry measurement.
As described above, the primary benefit from barrel reshaping is improved accuracy for the fleet-average barrel.
Notably, library and information scientists typically talk about evaluating the quality of information rather than about verifying the accuracy of information (see, e.
There are about 60,000 subscribers, and it works based on PHS, the cells of which are much smaller than on the mainline cellular network, so the accuracy is pretty good.
Differential current sensing further enhances current sensing accuracy because any errors introduced by an asymmetrical multiphase layout are offset.
Our accuracy improvement and promotion efforts are ongoing, and not just as a response to recent reports.
Still, one of the more exacting accuracy standards that often goes unmeasured and unnoticed is volumetric accuracy.
The court determined that the taxpayer was reasonable and had acted in good faith in taking a position on his travel expenses, so the accuracy penalty did not apply.
The analyses focused on five categories: driving accuracy, greens hit in regulation, putts per round, non-sand save percentage, and sand-save percentage -- and how each affected scoring averages.
For his part, Ickes transformed a passion for people-watching into a method of measuring empathic accuracy, the ability of one person to infer the thoughts and feelings of another person whom he or she has talked with or observed.
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