Baseline

A Baseline is a Configuration Identification formally designated and applicable at a specific point in an items life cycle. Baselines, plus approved changes from those baselines, constitute the current configuration identification. A Configuration identification document or a set of such documents formally designated by the acquirer (Customer) at a specific time during a CI life cycle. ...

baseline

(bās´līn) an observation or value that represents the normal or beginning level of a measurable quality, used for comparison with values representing response to experimental intervention or an environmental stimulus, usually implying that the baseline and reponse values refer to the same individual or s...
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baseline

(ITIL Continual Service Improvement) (ITIL Service Transition) A baseline that is used to compare related data sets as part of a benchmarking exercise. For example, a recent snapshot of a process can be compared to a previous baseline of that process, or a current baseline can be compared to industry data or best practice. See also benchmarking; ba...
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baseline

[n] - an imaginary line or standard by which things are measured or compared 2. [n] - the back line at each end of a tennis court 3. [n] - the lines a baseball player must follow while running the bases
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baseline

<anatomy> A line approximating the base of the skull, passing from the infraorbital ridge to the midline of the occiput, intersecting the superior margin of the external auditory meatus; the skull is in the anatomical position when the base line lies in the horizontal plane. ... Synonym: orbitomeatal line. ... (08 Mar 2000) ...
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baseline

noun the lines a baseball player must follow while running the bases
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Baseline

[budgeting] Baseline budgeting is an accounting method the United States Federal Government uses to develop a budget for future years. Baseline budgeting uses current spending levels as the `baseline` for establishing future funding requirements and assumes future budgets will equal the current budget times the inflation rate times the popu...
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Baseline

[configuration management] In configuration management, a `baseline` is an agreed description of the attributes of a product, at a point in time, which serves as a basis for defining change. A `change` is a movement from this baseline state to a next state. The identification of significant changes from the baseline state is the central pur...
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Baseline

[magazine] Baseline magazine is a magazine devoted to typography, book arts and graphic design. ==History== Since Baseline 19, which appeared in 1995, Baseline has been published by Bradbourne Publishing, co-edited by Mike Daines and Hans Dieter Reichert and art-directed by HDR Visual Communication. It is characterized by its large format, ...
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Baseline

[medicine] A baseline in medicine is information found at the beginning of a study or other initial known value which is used for comparison with later data. The concept of a baseline is essential to the daily practice of medicine in order to establish a relative rather than absolute meaning to data. The meaning of baseline in medicine is v...
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Baseline

[pharmacology] In pharmacology and matters of biochemistry, baseline describes a person`s state of mind or being with the absence of drugs. For example, after an LSD trip, baseline would be the point where the user is completely under control and no longer experiences any effects. ...
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Baseline

[sea] A baseline is the line from which the seaward limits of a state`s territorial sea and certain other maritime zones of jurisdiction are measured. Normally, a sea baseline follows the low-water line of a coastal state. When the coastline is deeply indented, has fringing islands or is highly unstable, straight baselines may be used. ==Me...
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Baseline

[surveying] In the United States Public Land Survey System, a baseline is the principal east-west line (i.e., a parallel) upon which all rectangular surveys in a defined area are based. The baseline meets its corresponding principal meridian at the point of origin, or initial point, for the land survey. For example, the baseline for Nebrask...
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Baseline

[typography] In European and West Asian typography and penmanship, the baseline is the line upon which most letters `sit` and below which descenders extend. In the example to the right, the letter `p` has a descender; the other letters sit on the (red) baseline. Most, though not all, typefaces are similar in the following ways as regards th...
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baseline

1) Valid and reliable information about the intended learner population used to ascertain differences between learners' performances before and after instruction. 2) A set of measurements (metrics) that seek to establish the current starting level of a performance. These measurements are usually established before implementing improvement activiti....
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Baseline

A baseline consists of a pair of stations for which simultaneous GPS data has been collected.
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Baseline

A baseline is an approved configuration item, e.g. a project plan that has been signed off for execution. The baseline records the planned costs, schedule and technical requirements against which a project is measured.
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baseline

A conceptual line with respect to which successive characters are aligned.
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Baseline

A line of reference crossing your path of travel used to make following a compass bearing closer to foolproof. Baselines include roads, powerlines, railroad tracks, and rivers. If you are heading to a bridge over a river, set the compass bearing for the bridge. If you are off by several degrees, you will arrive at your baseline of the river, knowin...
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baseline

a measure of someone's skills or abilities taken before he or she starts services or instruction. The baseline is compared with measurements taken later to tell how well services or instruction are working.
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Baseline

a measure of the gene expression level of a gene or genes prior to a perturbation in an experiment, as in a negative control. Baseline expression may also refer to the expected or historical measure of expression for a gene.
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baseline

A specification or software product that has been formally reviewed or agreed upon, that thereafter serves as the basis for further development, and that can be changed only through a formal change control process. [After IEEE 610]...
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Baseline

a starting point against which changes can be measured
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Baseline

A statement of conditions at the start of an initiative, such as the claimant count.
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Baseline

Also called the end line. This line extends across both ends of the court behind the baskets.
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