accuracy testing

accuracy testing

[′ak·yə·rə·sē ‚test·iŋ]
(mapping)
The procurement of confirmed evidence, on a sampling basis, of a map's compliance with specified accuracy standards; indicates both the relative and absolute accuracy of map features.
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Since I was going to be doing accuracy testing, this meant optics, and the flattop upper made that easy.
I had almost exactly the same results in my accuracy testing as Mas reported.
accuracy testing methodology and schedules, among other details).
In early 2013, TechnoCom conducted the indoor accuracy testing for the FCC's Communications, Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council (CSRIC).
While most banks have done significant work towards meeting the deadline, some say, accuracy testing is becoming a challenge and they could miss the deadline by a few days to weeks.
Clearance was based partly on mechanical and alignment accuracy testing.
Accuracy testing showed that on average, 95 percent of bullets hit within an 8-by-8-inch target at 600 yards.
In our meetings with Sarasota County, we learned the entire process of configuring the election, running the election, and tallying the results, and about the testing the county conducts on the voting systems, such as the logic and accuracy testing.
The Wellion Linus Blood Glucose Monitoring System, powered by WaveSense technology for high accuracy testing, recently received certification by the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research TNO ("TNO").
This paper presents the accuracy testing of three different measuring volumes of the ATOS[TM] mark II optical scanner.
In accuracy testing, using the BOLA shooting machine, from a distance of 25 yards, the ball can achieve 10 per cent more bend than other match balls.

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