METRIC (Mapping EvapoTranspiration at high Resolution with Internalized Calibration) is a computer model developed by the University of Idaho, which uses Landsat satellite data to compute and map evapotranspiration (ET). In the decade since Idaho introduced METRIC, it has been adopted for use in Montana, California, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Texa...

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(ITIL Continual Service Improvement) Something that is measured and reported to help manage a process, IT service or activity. See also key performance indicator.

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(met´rik) pertaining to measures or measurement. having the meter as a basis.

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*adj]* - based on the meter as a standard of measurement

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• (a.) Relating to measurement; involving, or proceeding by, measurement. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the meter as a standard of measurement; of or pertaining to the decimal system of measurement of which a meter is the unit; as, the metric system; a metric measurement.

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metrical *adjective* based on the meter as a standard of measurement; `the metric system`; `metrical equivalents`

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*[mathematics]* In mathematics, a metric or distance function is a function that defines a distance between elements of a set. A set with a metric is called a metric space. A metric induces a topology on a set but not all topologies can be generated by a metric. A topological space whose topology can be described by a metric is called metriza...

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*[unit]* A metric is a measure for quantitatively assessing, controlling or selecting a person, process, event, or institution, along with the procedures to carry out measurements and the procedures for the interpretation of the assessment in the light of previous or comparable assessments. Metrics are usually specialized by the subject area,...

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*[vector bundle]* In differential geometry, the notion of a metric tensor can be extended to an arbitrary vector bundle. Specifically, if M is a topological manifold and E → M a vector bundle on M, then a metric (sometimes called a bundle metric, or fibre metric) on E is a bundle map g : E ×M E → M × R from the fiber product of E with i...

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**Met'ric** (mĕt'rĭk)

* adjective* [ Latin

* metricus* , Greek ...: confer French

* métrique* . See

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** 1.** Relating to measurement; involving, or proceeding by, measurement.

** 2.** Of or pertaining to the meter as a standard of measurement; of or pertainin...

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1. Relating to measurement; involving, or proceeding by, measurement. ... 2. Of or pertaining to the meter as a standard of measurement; of or pertaining to the decimal system of measurement of which a meter is the unit; as, the metric system; a metric measurement. ... <chemistry> Metric analysis, analysis by volume; volumetric analysis. Metr...

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A function, d, on pairs from a set S such that for each x, y, z in S: d(x, y) >= 0; d(x, y) = 0 <==> x=y; d(x, y) + d(y, z) >= d(x, z). The function is also called a distance; the pair (S, d) is a metric space. Condition (3) is called the Triangle inequality. A space is metrizable if a metric can be defined. A metric is induced by a n...

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A measurement of user activity, used for the purpose of monitoring and improving a social game's profitability.

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A measurement scale and the method used for measurement. [ISO 14598]...

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a system or standard of measurement; (in business) a set of figures or statistics that measure results.

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Any function d(x, y) that describes the distance between two points. Distance is formally defined as a single number with the following properties: (1) d(x, y) = 0 if and only if x = y; (2) d(x, y) = d(y, x); (3) d(x, y) + d(y, z) > or = d(x, z) (the triangle inequality). The concept of a metric is ...

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based on a decimal unit of measurement

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Measurement Excellence and Training Resource Information Center

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Most analytics programs use this as their standard measurement.

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Of or pertaining to the metre as a standard of measurement; of or pertaining to the decimal system of measurement of which a metre is the unit; as, the metric system; a metric measurement.

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The software metrics processor/generator component of STW/Advisor

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The Systeme Internationale (SI), the standard international system of measurement. Hard metric refers to products or materials manufactured to metric specified dimensions. Soft metric refers to products or materials manufactured to English specified dimensions, then converted into metric dimensions.

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This is a measure or indicator (e.g. Fahrenheit is a metric for temperature).

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Type: Term Pronunciation: met′rik Definitions: 1. Quantitative; relating to measurement. See: metric system

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