An NC cut-off point
corresponding with a high sensitivity is important for screening purposes.
Malky Mackay is hoping to bring in cover before tomorrow afternoon's cut-off point
for loan signings
This cut-off point
seems to be universally accepted, and for the time being represents the best-known criterion for defining acute leukemia; however, "arbitrary" may still precede the criterion due to the follow:
The ROC curve and the AUC analysis appear to be useful methods for selecting an optimum cut-off point
in the scale to maximise both sensitivity and specificity.
Several sample cut-off points
are placed at an interval of about 100 m from the first cut-off point
In some studies delay has been considered a continuous variable (usually in days) without an explicit cut-off point
between participants considered as "delayers" or "nondelayers.
He assigns each animal an "autonomy value" and asks which value is the cut-off point
for treating animals as non-intelligent beings, unworthy of rights.
n INCAPACITY BENEFIT is means-tested and your income puts you above the cut-off point
Using a cut-off point
of [absolute value of 50], one item failed to load on any factor.
But the first priority has to be 40 points, which is what they call the cut-off point
ONTARIO -- Ontario Superior Court Justice Arthur Gans stopped the provincial government from cutting off the financial support for autism treatment to Andrew Lowrey who has reached the age of six, the government's cut-off point
As The Grocer went to press, Imperial Tobacco, which owns Britain's best-selling cigarette brand Lambert & Butler, was advising retailers that they should no longer honour any vouchers after Thursday (Feb 13), the cut-off point
for advertising and promotions.