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hit rate

[′hit ‚rāt]
(computer science)
The ratio of the number of records found and processed during a particular processing run, to the total number of records available.
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hit rate

(architecture)
The fraction of all memory reads which are satisfied from the cache.
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hit rate

The chief measurement of a cache, which is the percentage of all accesses that are satisfied by the data in the cache. Also known as "hit ratio." See cache and hits.
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The 45 participants (55%) reporting the highest level on the mental discipline question had an overall hit rate of 50.9% (p = 0.22; CI[48.9, 52.9], N = 1620).
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Meanwhile, for test position CPK near the left and right boundaries, the proposed BSTKS produces better performance than other three methods, because of the highest hit rate, the smallest error in all four methods, and higher accuracy and AUC than t and SSA.
In Figure 4(a), the vertical and horizontal axes represent the MSE of the new kernel and the radial basis function kernel, respectively, while, in Figure 4(b), the vertical and horizontal axes represent the hit rate of the new kernel and the radial basis function kernel, respectively.
The hit rate is the proportion of searched individuals who are caught with contraband or evidence of a crime.
Means and standard errors (in brackets) for response time (in ms) and hit rate (in %) for small and large subtractions in the LS and HS groups LS group HS group Response time Hit rate Response time Hit rate Small 687 (30) 95 (1.0) 634 (29) 99 (0.3) Large 847 (54) 82 (2.8) 684 (53) 96 (0.8) Table 2.
A study by Porfeli, Richard, and Savickas (2010) suggested a hit rate of 56% with the MSP1-R.
In addition, the effects of hit rate distribution on the performance are investigated as well.
The combination of R5R5 kernel and standard deviation let to discriminate some materials from others, achieving an average hit rate of 75,8% for all materials (93,8% for wood).
A spokeswoman for the aquarium said Paul had "a one hundred percent hit rate" after rightly forecasting Germany's World Cup victory over Australia, the loss against Serbia, and the win over England.
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