Accuracy

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Accuracy

The state of being correct or true. Accuracy is important both in measuring present data and predicting future data. An accurate analyst or forecaster is rewarded with influence (and often bonuses), while a consistently inaccurate one rarely remains with a company.
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A mental response is called "vague" in proportion to its lack of accuracy, or rather precision.
Thank you, Bill Dalecky (Chairman, Precision Strike Association) for the introduction, and thank you to Johns Hopkins for hosting.
Specializes in precision injection molds and molding using engineering thermoplastics.
Precision Selling sharpens the focus of the company's general marketing priorities by targeting specific customers and prospects--concentrating on those worthy of the time and precise attention that will follow.
1) He speaks of the stages of romance, precision and generalization as means to acquire knowledge as a kind of a rhythmic progression.
Relative precision is one of several ways that we can measure sampling variability.
Some organic farming advocates and environmentalists remain unimpressed, and suspect that behind the technological optimism and sales pitches of precision agriculture there's nothing more than corporate control and surveillance.
CALGARY, May 5 /CNW-PRN/ - Precision Drilling Corporation (``Precision'') announces that it has taken up and paid for the Common Shares of Kenting Energy Services, Inc.
The greater the precision of the expectation, the more likely the analytical procedure will identify correctly whether or not a misstatement is the cause of a fluctuation.
The breadth and power of Precision's DNE technology has enabled Precision to successfully develop products and partnerships across a wide array of industries and applications," stated Matthew Kane, CEO of Precision BioSciences.
Chinese firm supplies precision thermoplastic injection molds, moldmaking supplies, and injection molded parts.
The MediaStation 5000, powered by the TI MVP, brings supercomputer-class processing to the desktop platform," according to Lew Larson, president and co-founder of Precision Digital Images.