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lo-fi

(LOw-FIdelity) Poor sound quality. The term was coined in the 1980s. Contrast with hi-fi. See shit-fi.
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The high and low fidelity ratings of the four phases and ten principles were also in line with previous findings (Bruns, 2010; Cox et al., 2009; M.
In terms of the criterion validity, the predicted outcome was to a high degree in accord with the participants' ratings of the case with low fidelity, whereas their ratings for the case with high fidelity were somewhat below the predicted value.
The resulting 15 programs were studied in more depth using qualitative analyses of the program manager interviews: eight programs were high fidelity with respect to housing/service philosophy and/or service array/program structure, and seven programs were low fidelity in one or both factors.
Or were we observing these findings because the program was implemented with low fidelity? Given that the administered program was a black box, we could not draw many conclusions about the effectiveness of the planned program.
(An additional 32 classrooms, which included 520 students, served as a comparison group for the broader study.) The qualitative analysis of data from the 55 experimental classrooms resulted in these teachers being assigned to one of three groups: high fidelity, medium fidelity, and low fidelity. The basis for this assignment is described later in this article.
At one end of the continuum there are low fidelity prototypes.
There are high, medium and low fidelity manikins, new task trainers and more state-of-the-art equipment arriving every day.
It's like a listless spirit lives in the low fidelity, becoming the literal soul that some accuse dance music of not having.
Various high and low fidelity bench models are available for training purposes, but may not be cost effective (3).
Besides this low fidelity simulators like Resusci Anne & Baby, Airway Management Trainer, LP Simulator & others are made available for hands-on-training of basic clinical skills for clinical skills training of medical students, graduates, physicians (training-of-the-trainer); and in-service training of nurses, and other health professionals.
Of the 21 schools responding to the survey, 100% reported they own one or more types of simulation equipment including Low Fidelity (90%), Medium Fidelity (45%), and High Fidelity (75%) equipment.
coli has two types of polymerase enzymes, a high fidelity one and a low fidelity one.