cut-off point

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cut-off point

The limit beyond which no further action is permitted or possible. I'm sorry to say that we've reached our cut-off point for accepting applications this year.
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The two income cutoff points might be anchored at half the median income and right at the median income.
5 cutoff point for the NN, DT, and SVM models when applied to the Australian and German datasets.
Integrating these factors and determining ideal cutoff points in different settings will increase predictive value.
Therefore, we established that, in equilibrium, whenever there are both formal and informal firms, there is a unique cutoff point ([bar.
In its full version, the cutoff point of 25/30 lies at 83% of the total maximum score.
The cutoff point generally falls between 2 years, 128 days of service and 2 years, 140 days
This point annoys people on both sides of the arbitrary cutoff point, but some research points to IQ differences of more than 15 points as sufficient to bar intimate, intellectual, and emotionally mutual understanding.
Using the high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) assay and applying a widely recommended cutoff point of 30 ng/ml, 51% of this population had low vitamin D status.
I gave myself a cutoff point because it was a struggle constantly not having any income.
To determine the cutoff point to define vitamin D deficiency, a multivariate adaptive regression analysis of PTH on 25(OH)D level was performed.
The cutoff point for relegation is historically around the late 40s or 50 mark, and we're on 46 now so we should be safe enough.
also found the same cutoff point for mild pain but different cutoff points for moderate pain when comparing patients with low back pain versus those with osteoarthritis [23].
However, the RD design is not measuring the intervention effect as the difference in the posttest averages of the two groups, but rather by a change in the pre-post relationship at the cutoff point.
When scores on the MBE started to rise in the 1990s," Litowitz writes, "bar examiners were not delighted: instead they raised the passing cutoff point to ensure that an even greater number of students would fail.