standardized units

standardized units

[′stan·dər‚dīzd ′yü·nəts]
(statistics)
A random variable Z has been reduced to standardized units when it has zero expected value and standard deviation 1; this is accomplished by dividing the difference of Z and the expected value of Z by the standard deviation of Z.
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05 standardized units per year than the rate for those who ate the least leafy greens.
When WSS increases by one standardized units OBB decreases by -0.
Floor or ceiling type with interchangeable standardized units which can be rearranged within a given wall space without disassembly.
This essential standard provides both security and simplicity for application developers and according to Sobel, “MTConnect provides data in a common vocabulary from every device and reports the numeric values in standardized units.
In the development of control systems, 3D models of the standardized units that are automatically allocated can be operated just like the actual machinery.
The subject of standardized units must be one of the driest and most tiresome topics in the wine industry.
From the data, the researchers calculated a quantity called effect size which determines the degree of difference between each gender's average math scores in standardized units.
The system consists of several styles, including modular, with standardized units that can be assembled in different ways, using both standard and custom accessories and attachments; a curved shape that keeps the insert material in place by using its own tension; and a frame that enables the use of many types of sign substrates and inserts, and allows easy and inexpensive updating of signs.
As explained in accompanying press material, the latter work jams the radio signal that broadcasts the legal time across an area forty meters in diameter, while the former manipulates the fluctuating pace of "minutes" on a single digital screen, forcing the standardized units of time to visibly stretch and shrink.
He recounts the transition of measurement from unreliable units, such as the cubit, to today's precisely standardized units.
By definition, modular means "designed with standardized units or dimensions, as for easy assembly and repair or flexible arrangement and variety of use.
The IAB will be monitoring use of the standardized units and will be revisiting them every six months, Ginsburg says.

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