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credence

[′krēd·əns]
(electromagnetism)
In radar, a measure of confidence in a target detection, generally proportional to target return amplitude.

credence

credence
A small stand or shelf near an altar to hold the elements of the Eucharist: church vessels, service books, etc.
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Credence ID has released CredenceTWO compact handheld device, saying that its the first to combine Android 7.
Bruce Hanson, Credence ID President and CEO, said, We see growing worldwide demand for high quality mobile ID technology.
For short: they serve our values according to our credences.
Values and credences belong to propositions: classes of maximally specific possibilities (perhaps egocentric and tensed).
Or at any rate--remembering the entanglement of credences in the rule of additivity for values--any values for the point-propositions can go with any credences.
Acquiring HPL's unique assets is just one method Credence is using to resolve the toughest challenge facing test: how to viably keep the cost of test and the time-to-market small enough and short enough so that test does not impact the semiconductor industry's rate of growth," said Bill Bottoms, Credence's CEO.
Credence offers a wide range of products with test capabilities for digital, mixed-signal, and memory semiconductors.
Credence, an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer, is listed on the Nasdaq National Market under the symbol CMOS.