calibration point

calibration point

[′kal·ə‚brā·shən ‚pȯint]
(ordnance)
A point at which calibration fire is directed.
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B]) indicate the coordinates of calibration point A and B.
Since analysis is dependent on sample size controlling the calibration point time, flow and pressure, it is critical to choose the correct pressure-regulation device.
Wait for the electrode reading to stabilize before accepting each calibration point.
As the measurement does not have a true baseline or absolute calibration point, it is unlikely to have a simple linear relationship with depth of anaesthesia.
The resolution of the calibration points which is the distance separation between adjacent calibration points and the number of samples which are collected at each calibration point are configurable parameters.
The calibration of megavoltage beams from linear accelerators has three essential requirements: (i) the use of an ion chamber with a calibration traceable to an SSDL; (ii) an accurate experimental setup; and, (iii) the correct interpretation of the dosimetry protocol to determine and correctly apply the factors to convert the charge reading to the absorbed dose in water at the calibration point.
To determine if any of the observed differences were significant, potentially demonstrating that the calibration point is in conflict with the other fossil calibrations, we used the average [D.
In many situations, it may be possible to neglect the intercept and estimate the slope using one calibration point nearest to the measured microsphere fluorescence intensity.
The second calibration point is made for the sensing area filled with high permittivity mixture and DC gains (in Fig.
We calibrated the tree using one calibration point at a time, to assess the effect on inferred age of the other nodes, comparing this with geological age estimates.
LED lights indicate when the device is calibrated, that the device could not be calibrated, and when the analog output has reached the logical trip point higher or lower than the calibration point.
v] values to provide the first calibration point, with soil at approximately DUL water content.

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