Match Criteria

Match Criteria

 

a set of rules for information retrieval used to determine the extent to which a document description matches the retrieval prescription and to make a decision whether to deliver this document in response to an information request. Together with the information retrieval language, match criteria are one of the elements of an information retrieval system.

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They said that refund claims from Packages industries were scrutinized and most of these cases failed to match criteria for approval.
Excel MVP Mike Girvin recently authored a book called Ctrl+Shift+Enter that documents how to leverage array formulas in Excel to do seemingly impossible tasks, including extracting records that match criteria.
QuickLocate has match criteria options that control address matching algorithm specificity.
Users can search the directory to find providers (doctors, physicians, dentists, chiropractors, therapists, alternative medicine practitioners etc) who match criteria such as location, facility name, medical specialty, health insurance affiliation, nationality, languages etc.
In Colorado, administrative regulations permit the use of partial matches, as well as a procedure known as familial searching, which refines the partial match criteria so that the results are more likely to lead to a family member.
The club has a huge junior section, of over 50 youngsters, who will benefit from greater coaching now the second glass screen has been installed to match criteria for the protection of children.
New empirical research should lead to improved match criteria and give us further confidence in the reliability of match or no-match decisions.
Triggers that match criteria set by an individual salesperson are linked with company sales intelligence and delivered to that person's desktop, either via email or directly into a CRM system, as true leads.
If the photograph was of a well-known animal, the match criteria used for this exercise were based strictly on the detail showing on the photograph drawn randomly, rather than on other known marks or scars that the individual may have accumulated over time.
In many cases, it's possible to mix and match criteria depending on your preferences or even your whims.
Filtering is the process of selecting data that match criteria.
Matching attempts are done iteratively beginning with strict match criteria and proceeding to less restrictive.