Definitions for "Accuracy"
The state of being accurate; freedom from mistakes, this exemption arising from carefulness; exact conformity to truth, or to a rule or model; precision; exactness; nicety; correctness; as, the value of testimony depends on its accuracy.
The difference between the expected value of a parameter and its actual value.
The amount by which a measured value adheres to a standard.
The accuracy of manufacture and erection is generally in accordance with the appropriate British Standard: BS8110 for structural concrete and BS8297:2000 for precast cladding. Interface tolerances must be agreed at the earliest design stage.
a stated maximum deviation from the NIST standard
A bar code verification term. The determination of whether any element width, or intercharacter gap width, differs from its nominal width by more than the printing tolerance.
Keywords:  dexterity
6-9 to Dexterity
Department of Defense parlance for the notion that information has been maintained and transferred in such a way as to be inviolate (the information has been protected from being modified or otherwise corrupted either maliciously or accidentally). Accuracy protects against forgery or tampering.
Terribly old-fashioned concept, in which students worry their pretty little heads about boring grammar, etc. Not nearly as important as fluency.
the resource must be reliable, valid and produced by a Trused source; information should be impartially presented; resource must not contain biases, mistakes or omissions.
n. Exactness.
Conformity to fact, exactness.
Refers to rate constancy of a watch, not only on whether it is showing the exact time. A watch gaining or loosing exactly the same amount every day is considered accurate.
The ability to recognize words correctly.
A term used in survey research to refer to the match between the target population and the sample.
The ability to hit the ball toward the intended target; the dispersion pattern of shots hit consistently square on the clubface.
Keywords:  sonic, closer, input, perceived, output
The degree to which the output signal from a component or system is perceived as replicating the sonic qualities of its input signal. An accurate device reproduces what is on the recording, which may or may not be an accurate representation of the original sound.
When audio or video signals pass through a component, the signal may be changed slightly. The closer the output is to the original input, the greater the accuracy of the component.
The extent to which an evaluation conveys technically adequate information about the performance and qualifications of a student.
The extent to which an evaluation is truthful or valid in what it says about a program, project, or material.
a function of how rapidly the pulsar is rotating as well as the signal-to-noise and time resolution of our observations
Keywords:  doubt, report
EI doubt the accuracy of the report.
Keywords:  omg, object, management, group
Object Management Group (OMG)
Keywords:  vice, right
n.: The vice of being right.
The proportion of all test results (positives and negatives) which agreed with the gold standard.