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5%) of the HbA1c trueness verification EQA program was used as the allowable bias (Bias[sub]a) in this study.
Prior to 1929--Non-standardized reporting with short statements on trueness, fairness, or correctness of companies' financial statements
Technology: The STRI Trueness Meter has been launched by the Bingley-based Sports Turf Research Institute.
They evaluated trueness, accuracy for individual samples, imprecision, and specificity for HDL and LDL lipoproteins, thus providing a comprehensive assessment of the analytical performance of the current direct lipoprotein methods.
ISO 5725-4:1994 Accuracy (Trueness and Precision) of Measurement Methods and Results--Part 4: Basic Methods for the Determination of the Trueness of a Standard Measurement Method.
But issues such as time spent in storage, temperature and humidity in storage, quality of seeds harvested and freedom from pests and diseases - let alone trueness to type - are all issues that you will need to consider, as the seed companies do.
The Dualscope FMP 100 and the F-probes form an integral measurement system, harmonized for best-possible trueness and optimum repeatability.
In any case, in lieu of understanding and insight, I'll take trueness any day.
In these standards, accuracy is taken to mean a combination of trueness and precision, where trueness is defined as "the closeness of agreement between the arithmetic mean of a large number of test results and the true or accepted reference value.
Both fireplaces are in the Victorian style - walk throughout this property to see its trueness to type in the sash windows and exposed brickwork.
Directness, or trueness, which is the line in which the foot is carried forward during the stride.
If we think of meanings as called up or evoked in people when engaged in acts of decoding, then not only words, but also pictures, sounds, and other sign systems certainly can offer us propositions of denial or affirmation, and can, as Locke understood trueness and falsehood, articulate empirically verifiable positions.