skill score

skill score

[′skil ‚skȯr]
(meteorology)
In synoptic meteorology, an index of the degree of skill of a set of forecasts, expressed with reference to some standard such as forecasts based upon chance, persistence, or climatology.
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The GandinMurphy skill score (GMSS) was selected because this score can deal with more than two classes and weighs the model score for rare events relatively more strongly than for frequent events (Gandin and Murphy 1992).
O desempenho dos indices foi analisado usando a metodologia conhecida por Skill Score (ou desempenho do indice), aplicada por Sampaio (1999).
14) A Brier skill score of 1 indicates perfect predictive power, while a Brier skill score of 0 indicates predictive power limited to that of the naive uniform-probability benchmark.
Finally, an overall mean value of respondents' score on each statement was calculated, which was used to rank the librarians skill score on each statement.
The validation skill score like RMSE d-stat and R2 confirmed the efficiency of model for simulation of days after sowing (Table 3).
In this set, the overall average knowledge and skill score was 78% (SD [+ or -] 10) and 34% (SD [+ or -] 12).
However, only 4 participants had trauma skill score with = 70 marks.
Results from both raters confirmed no statistically significant differences on either type of skill score between the experimental or control group for the final essay.
Means of the total attitude, motivation, resource and skill score were 3.
Gender had no significant effect on technical and human skills, but women's conceptual skill score was lower than men's.
We assume that the skill score for a given skill dimension and occupation is held constant for each time period.