In addition we examined the charts themselves as the they can shed some insight into the specific performance of the models at lower or higher cutoff points
, a quality that has more utility in practice and thus likely to be used by financial institutions because loan granting institutions do not necessarily use models which perform best at a cutoff point
equal to 0.
10) With fixed cutoff points
, the actual phase-out rate would be defined differently according to circumstance.
When there are firms operating formally and the profit functions satisfy the following condition, there is a unique cutoff point
in firm size:
The cutoff point
to assess a sample as positive by FISH for EML4-ALK fusions significantly affected test specificity and sensitivity.
With both cutoff points
, the MoCAB's ability to identify normal participants as such increased from 87% to 98%.
The six-classification plan with new enrollment cutoff points
should join the first draft in the trash bin.
The cutoff points
may also not be relevant for use with older adults who are experiencing both acute and chronic pain from multiple comorbid conditions.
To achieve classification of the students' ego identity statuses, cutoff points
for each of the four identity status subscales (IA, M, F, and D) were established, as described in Adams et al.
Practically, however, researchers employed cutoff points
ranging from a low of 14th percentile (Ostad, 1997, 1999, 2000) to a high of 46th percentile (Geary, 1990).
Based on AHI cutoff points
of 15, 20, and 30, changes in classification were seen in 6.
Because changing the cutoff points
by even a mark or two caused large numbers of students to get a better or worse grade than they would have done the previous year, the proportion of candidates getting As could "inch up".
Recession" has specific meaning to economists; those folks have cutoff points
for when we are or aren't in one.