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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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And the best way and most accurate way we'll be able to track the rates of dropouts and graduates is once we implement a unique student identifier for every student.
These state-of-the-art accurate strip stackers have been successfully installed in tire plants, automotive parts suppliers and custom compounders.
7) In general, if the evidence that a claim is accurate is greater than the evidence that the claim is inaccurate, then we should be inclined to think that the claim is accurate (cf.
An accurate statement does not necessarily mean that it is a complete statement.
Load cells themselves are pretty accurate: Maguire says its 3-kg load cells are accurate to 0.
FDA review also assures that the system contains adequate directions for proper use, and that the quality standards will be monitored to ensure that each kit is as consistently accurate and sensitive.
Using this accurate data to calculate costs, the software system measures variances and identifies areas that management can improve the effectiveness and profitability of its company.
However, those citing high self-esteem accepted more responsibility for their positive feedback than negative feedback and viewed the positive feedback as more accurate.
You've used a formula that hasn't given you an accurate number for your maximum heart rate.
Microsoft is committed to delivering the most accurate and highest quality product on the market and our NEXTMap[R] Britain countrywide elevation dataset will make this a reality.
This new and exciting biomarker discovery could play a significant role in a more accurate diagnosis of prostate cancer as well as providing important information for the development of new drug targets for the successful treatment of prostate cancer," commented Dr.
In 2003, when Veros Software, the industry leader in predictive technology, first forecasted which markets would be the top 10 hottest and coldest for home price appreciation, many lenders were skeptical that anyone could deliver consistently accurate forecasting.

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