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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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Will Dracup, CEO, Nonlinear Dynamics stated, "Nonlinear are delighted to be involved with the HUPO Reproducibility Study because reproducibility is such an important issue.
Reproducibility of continuous 24 hour oesophageal pH monitoring in infants and children.
We'll call the latter situation a problem of long-term reproducibility.
Measurement variability can be divided into repeatability (equipment) and reproducibility (operator) errors.
Key to the DuraPad's high reproducibility is continuous sheet cross-linking and curing, which enables remarkable within-pad and pad-to-pad consistency.
The Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement [3] defines repeatability conditions as the same conditions of measurement over a short period of time and reproducibility conditions as changed conditions of measurement.
Reproducibility also is termed appraiser or operator variation.
of the Indiana University Cancer Center said, "The reproducibility of CTC measurement in the Budd study, as opposed to that of standard radiographic techniques, is striking.
Uniformity and reproducibility of clamping pressure are said to be ensured by the use of a pre-set torque driver to tighten the sample clamps.
The reproducibility of this standard relative to the present cesium standard (NIST-F1) was studied over a 2 year period by NIST.
Affymetrix and other microarray and reagent manufacturers participated in the two-year initiative designed to address the reproducibility of data generated from microarrays.
Central to the service, the Mitutoyo QV404 automated vision inspection system delivers optimal reproducibility of 1 micron to a 99% confidence interval.