positive bias

positive bias

[′päz·əd·iv ′bī·əs]
(electronics)
A bias such that the control grid of an electron tube is positive with respect to the cathode.
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We] expect the market to build on Thursday's momentum and trade with a positive bias on Friday with the KSE-100 Index likely retesting 43,800,' the analyst said.
Credit profiles should continue to stabilize for Latin American corporates with a positive bias during 2018 following continued deleveraging efforts and higher forecasts for GDP growth," said Jay Djemal, Director.
Hypothesis 1: When the duration of the stimulus presentation is short (500 ms), those who are guilty of a crime will show a positive bias toward the crime-related stimulus compared to those who are innocent and those who are innocent but who have crime-related information.
Yet is he a victim of this positive bias towards foreign coaches again?
The data transformation yielded positive d-scores for positive bias, and negative scores for negative bias (i.
2A shows a series of horizontal isocontour lines that depict how a positive bias up to +2 ng/L is associated with misclassification of data from the initial <2-ng/L category to the [greater than or equal to] 2-ng/L category.
30 Science, is the first to look for signs of positive bias in bee decision making, Perry says.
By contrast, the Roche method displayed a positive bias, ranging from 7% (pool 5; bias, 0.
To check that children's scores differed from chance, "bias" scores were calculated where positive bias was computed by subtracting outgroup positive traits scores from ingroup positive traits scores, and negative bias was computed by subtracting ingroup negative traits scores from outgroup negative traits scores, for each child (cf.
It was also shown that subthreshold swing and transconductance in TFET devices were more immune to positive bias temperature instability (PBTI) compared to MOSFET devices.
Dubai index is trading at a strong support area and may consolidate in this year with a positive bias," Osama Al Ashri, member of British organisation, Society of Technical Analysts said.
In my many years of experience as an IMechE interviewer, chairman and interviews consultant, I encountered very little negative bias against women in engineering, and positive bias is probably the norm.

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