absolute reference

absolute reference

An address or pointer that does not change. For example, in a spreadsheet, a cell with an absolute reference does not change even if copied elsewhere. Contrast with relative reference. See explicit link.
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He is an absolute reference point for the staff, to the locker room; he is a man of great moral values, of humanity and football, and he submits them to the group.
In addition, biological variation should be considered in the evaluation of change, since the frequency of an absolute reference change value [greater than or equal to]2 ng/L in 1 ED study population was observed in nearly half of all patients without ACS (3 ).
com)-- Since 1986, SMETS has been an absolute reference in fashion and design in Luxembourg.
Standard ranges for pressure are from 0 to 15psi, up to 0 to 300psi in gage reference format as well as from 0 to 7bar, up to 0 to 28bar in absolute reference.
The first is the prejudice that an absolute reference frame allegedly is impossible according to Einstein's theory.
They start with clarity about "true north," the unchanging and absolute reference point by which a leader makes judgments.
Highlighting the fact that PEM holds its absolute reference to the world in general experts mentioned that almost 6.
The CAD file is used as an absolute reference to the current state of the drawing content, and is the file used in change management.
At one extremity are systems where the absolute reference when it comes to the law, or what passes for law, is the leader.
CLARREO observations of the Moon can also be compared with the ROLO model or any future model developed to establish the Moon as an absolute reference standard.
Nor can the cost of debt capital be considered as an absolute reference.