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cut point

[′kət ‚pȯint]
(chemical engineering)
The boiling-temperature division between cuts of a crude oil or base stock.
(mathematics)
A point in a component of a graph whose removal disconnects that component. Also known as articulation point.
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Tenders are invited for Work of replacement of Disc Insulators & Nut-Bolt tightening of all Jumper at Cut-point locations of 33KV Anjur-Padghe Electrode Line in Annual Bipole Outage of 500KV HVDC CHD-PDG Line under jurisdiction of Padghe Subdivision under Rajgurunagar Division.
As a corollary to our results we show that each affine permutation has a cut-point or is, in other words, decomposable.
The pooled data indicate that a cut-point of greater than or equal to 8 is better for ruling in RA, with a higher specificity (0.
walking) is different in persons with MS versus the general population, this would result in a cut-point for measuring time spent in MVPA that is specific for this population.
Within a response to intervention (RTI) framework, students are typically identified as "academically at-risk" if they score below a specified cut-point on a benchmark screener.
In 2004, Mire-Sluis and colleagues in the AAPS Immunogenicity Working Group introduced the tiered assay approach for ADA testing (Figure 2) and defined requirements for ADA assay development, articulating the important analytical performance characteristics, providing definitions, and offering a standardized approach for computing an assay's screening cut-point (8).
The Netzsch-Condux CFS/HD-S Fine Classifier produces the sharpest cut-point at optimum selectivity for fine classifying of dry powder products, according to the company.
The positive predictive value (PPV) of an LDL-C assay at each specified cut-point was calculated as: [true positive/ (true positive + false positive)] X 100, where "true positive" means that the LDL-C results of both the comparison procedure (LDL-[C.
At the same time schools creating substantial academic growth in low performing students may have resources pulled unless students cross the cut-point for meeting state standards.
Finally, we also considered a cut-point of plasma cotinine derived from a receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve (Fawcett 2006) based on self-reported SHS exposure.
Most randomized, controlled trials (RCTs) of early prostate cancer detection and treatment have used the conventional PSA cut-point of 4 mcg/L and digital rectal examination to screen for cancer.