relative consistency

relative consistency

Of a soil, the ratio of the liquid limit minus the natural water content to the plasticity index.
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The relative consistency of the company type distribution over time suggests that the categorizations established are valid and effective.
Many lawyers might be surprised by the relative consistency of the answers.
What allows Jet Blue to rise to the top is that it shows a higher relative consistency across all dimension compared to other airlines.
Gas has always been more expensive for us, and as consumers, we've watched the price per gallon climb in upward spikes with relative consistency over the last two decades.
But, leaving the actual property as a bequest, regardless of when death occurs, does provide some relative consistency over time.
By this way, the problem caused by the rigid boundary of Heaviside function is eliminated, leading to more relative consistency and more freedom of parameter selection as compared to C-SampleEn.
Find total relative consistency degree between soft class [f.sub.D] - {[d.sub.i]} and soft set g.
In one of the most unpredictable campaigns in the history of the Premier League, Arsenal have maintained relative consistency, with their current form reading: drew, won, won, won, lost, won.
While he endured a winless summer, Modernism dropped through the ratings a little despite his relative consistency, eventually starting off a mark of 82 when lining up in Surrey last time out.
The inclusion of more voices from remotely based Aboriginal Australians would have reduced some of the repetition caused by the relative consistency of Indigenous perspectives now presented by Calling the Shots.
The case for his relative consistency is persuasive.

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