The differences in analytic response among cTnI systems, reflected by the mean absolute deviation
values, were only 30-50% for most of the cRMs (see Tables 3 and 4).
The mean absolute deviation
of returns or outcomes, is a simple weighted average of the absolute values of the deviations of individual outcomes or returns from the expected outcome or return.
15, the null hypothesis that there is no difference between the mean absolute deviation
of each of the forecasting methods is rejected.
It is computed as the mean absolute deviation
in the long-term U.
2 yielded a mean absolute deviation
of 4 kJ/g and relative error of 29%.
The results reveal that Finland, Denmark, Ireland (it was possible to calculate mean absolute deviations
at the NUTS2 level only for these countries as they were divided into regions only at that level), Sweden, The Netherlands, and Bulgaria are quite homogeneous by the cultural dimensions under discussion.
It shows good agreement with available test data, the mean absolute deviation
04 SD = Standard Deviation, MdAD = Median Absolute Deviation, MnAD = Mean Absolute Deviation
2] modeling, it predicted 27 experiment data points with a mean absolute deviation
[MAD] of 3.
The Mean Absolute Deviation
(MAD) is similar to standard deviation but the formula of estimation is less difficult to apply for time series:
the mean absolute deviation
E [absolute value of X - EX], and the upper mean absolute deviation
[E(X - EX).
9) to compute the mean absolute deviation
(MAD) of above methods.