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repeatability

[ri‚pēd·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(control systems)
The ability of a robot to reposition itself at a location to which it is directed or at which it is commanded to stop.
(navigation)
In a navigation system, the measure of the accuracy with which the system permits the operator to return to a specific point as defined only in terms of the lattice peculiar to that system.
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Seemingly trivial improvements in transmitter accuracy yield significantly better flow accuracy and repeatability at normal flows--the effect-is dramatic at lower flows.
To the best of our knowledge, the effect of dry eye on the repeatability of anterior segment topography has not been reported to date except for CCT.
Table 1 shows the values of [zeta]w, CV, and CR for repeatability and reproducibility derived from the random-effects model for IOP, bIOP, and DCRs.
The complete experimental design, including the center of the domain, was replicated three times (a total of 27 experiments) to provide information about the experimental repeatability.
When a characteristic presents high repeatability, there is an indication that a small gain in accuracy will be achieved with an increase in the number of repeated measurements.
Daniel Williams, Wittmann Battenfeld UK Area Sales Manager, explained that the Battenfeld HM 90/350H, equipped with ServoPower drive technology, ensures energy consumption and noise level are at a minimum and the B6-P control system Is key to guaranteeing the necessary repeatability and reliability that Trimfix demands for its technical parts.
There is high variation in antral follicular count among animals but there is high repeatability (0.85 to 0.95) within individuals (Mossa et al 2010).
However, fulfilling all standard specifications can be challenging with some polymers and compounds, resulting in poor repeatability that leads to negatively affected test results.
Designed to meet international standards, Filton turbine flowmeters provide high levels of performance in rangeability, linearity and repeatability and are ideally suited to applications in industrial, oil, gas, petrochemical and aerospace industries.
The strain rings offer a good repeatability of 0.1 per cent F.S.
Process repeatability and consistency is greatly improved by eliminating errors due to changing wheel diameter, slippage and wear & tear, thus eliminating the need for frequent process calibration Polytec's new LSV-1000 family of velocimeters are compact, robust, all-in-one measurement systems with excellent price/performance value.