relative efficiency

relative efficiency

[′rel·ə·tiv ə′fish·ən·sē]
(statistics)
Of an estimator, the comparative efficiency of the two estimators of the same parameter.
For experimental design, the number of replications each design requires to reach the same precision.
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For the purpose of experiments, a HPGe detector with a relative efficiency of 45% with a horizontal crystal (horizontal positioning of samples) with energy resolution FWHM = 2 keV (or better) for Eg = 1.
Most manufacturers now have extensive data available for all their items, and that can be instantly downloaded, from dimensional drawings of a valve, to full flow characteristics and relative efficiency of a pump and everything in between.
Management could now monitor the relative efficiency of the melting operations in near real time and be alerted when anomalies occurred.
Were evaluated the biomass, relative efficiency, initial and final stand, effectiveness or efficiency in the use of 7.
For computing selection indices, seed yield per plant was considered as the dependent variable with the relative efficiency of 100 per cent.
1978), who used mathematical programming model to evaluate the object and to assess the relative efficiency of a decision-making unit (DMU) containing multiple-input and multiple-output.
The percentage relative efficiency of proposed exponential ratio estimator (Eq.
The following variables were quantified: nodule number (NN) and dry matter (NDM), shoot dry matter (SDM), relative efficiency (Efr) and shoot N content (SNC) and accumulation (SNA).
A comparative analysis of global tolling methods and the relative efficiency of this one over that one.
However, while determining and comparing absolute spectrum efficiency among multiple systems might be impossible, determining relative efficiency between systems could become a viable standard procedure.

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