chronometric data

chronometric data

[′krän·ə‚me·trik ′dad·ə]
(engineering)
Data in which the desired quantity is the time of occurrence of an event or the time interval between two or more events.
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STA], the vertical elevation (m) during the SJ and CMJ, and the chronometric data on the BMX track were analyzed using a correlation matrix (Statistica 7.
Teachers would then be able to measure a student's content mastery with regard to current classroom concepts, and concurrently, through analysis of chronometric data, be able to screen the same student for underlying information-processing differences that may signal current or future academic difficulties.
Both the chronometric data and stratigraphic observations imply that personal ornaments are associated with the earliest Aurignacian industry, but that the works of art and fossils of anatomically modern humans are not (yet) found in association with the earliest Aurignacian in the Swabian Jura.
However, interpreting chronometric data is not without its problems and the claim of the first modern humans in the Swabian Jura is an example of this.
No direct and independent chronometric data existed.
This paper reports the complete chronometric data set for the moated features, focusing on Atomic Mass Spectrometery (AMS) radiocarbon and Thermoluminescence (TL) dating of materials recovered from the moats and related features described previously by Boyd et al.
This paper reports the chronometric data set obtained for the moated features.
Regardless of exactly how the hilltop lithic mulch was created, the chronometric data shows the first use of this area did not begin until AD 1400.
This work should provide good ancillary chronometric data for the site, and should assist in refinement of the archaeomagnetic database for southeastern Europe.