• (n.) The quality or state of being precise; exact limitation; exactness; accuracy; strict conformity to a rule or a standard; definiteness.

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(from the article `analysis`) Accuracy is the degree of agreement between the experimental result and the true value. Precision is the degree of agreement among a series of ...

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(pre-sizh´әn) the quality of being sharply or exactly defined. in statistics, the extent to which a measurement procedure gives the same results each time it is repeated under identical conditions.

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) equals dx / (x best). Note also that the percentage uncertainty = the fractional uncertainty x 100%. For an alternative explanation of the foregoing, see Accuracy.

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1. The quality of being sharply defined or stated; one measure of precision is the number of distinguishable alternatives to a measurement. ... 2. In statistics, the inverse of the variance of a measurement or estimate. ... 3. Reproducibility of a quantifiable result; an indication of the random error. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...

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*[computer science]* In computer science, precision of a numerical quantity is a measure of the detail in which the quantity is expressed. This is usually measured in bits, but sometimes in decimal digits. It is related to precision in mathematics, which describes the number of digits that are used to express a value. ==Rounding error== Preci...

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*[march]* Precision is the authorized march of Royal Military College of Canada. The RMC band performs Precision on parades for march pasts, on Ex Cadet Weekends for the parade to the Memorial Arch, and on the return, the Cadet Wing sings Tom Gelley’s words to welcome the Ex Cadets to the Parade Square. ==History== Precision was composed in...

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*[statistics]* In statistics, the term precision can mean a quantity defined in a specific way. This is in addition to its more general meaning in the contexts of accuracy and precision and of precision and recall. There can be differences in usage of the term for particular statistical models but, in common statistical usage, the precision i...

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**Pre·ci'sion** * noun* [ Confer French

* précision* , Latin

* praecisio* a cutting off. See

__ Precise__ .] The quality or state of being precise; exact limitation; exactness; accuracy; strict conformity to a rule or a standard; definiteness. « I have left out the utmost

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A measurement of the agreement between repeated measurements. The standard deviation, variance or coefficient of variation may be used as a measure of precision.

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A property of measurement related to the unit of measure used; the smaller the unit of measure used, the more exact the measurement is.

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a quality, associated with a class of measurements, that refers to the way in which repeated observations conform to themselves (Marriott 1990:159).

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a quality, associated with a class of measurements, that refers to the way in which repeated observations conform to themselves (Marriott 1990:159).

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a quality, associated with a class of measurements, that refers to the way in which repeated observations conform to themselves (Marriott 1990159).

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Agreement of the results of several independent assays of the same sample. Usually reported as a standard deviation of a specified number of assays. Note that this is about how the measurements are related to each other, and does not indicate how near any one measurement or the mean of several measurements, is to the true value, if that is known.

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An indicator of the degree of repeatability in a set of measurements.

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gives consistent results. (Something can be precisely inaccurate.)

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In survey research, the tightness of the confidence limits.

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Input device terminology. The degree to which repeated attempts under unchanged conditions produce the same outcome. Also called reproducibility and repeatability.

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measure of retrieval performance defined by R/T, where R is the number of relevant items retrieved and T is the total number of items retrieved

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precision 1. Exactness or accuracy. 2. In mathematics, the accuracy to which a calculation is performed, specifying the number of significant digits with which the result is expressed. 3. Allowing for, made with, or requiring great exactness or accuracy. 4. Punctiliousness; strictness: precision in one's business dealings. 5. Of, pertaining to,...

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Precision is reproducibility. Saying 'These measurements are precise' is the same as saying, 'The sa

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Precision is the repeatability of a measurement.

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Precision is the repeatability of a measurement. A measurement can be precise, but not accurate. See

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reciprocal of the variance Source: Hamilton, p 355 Contexts: econometrics

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