Definitions for "Confidence"
The act of confiding, trusting, or putting faith in; trust; reliance; belief; -- formerly followed by of, now commonly by in.
That in which faith is put or reliance had.
The state of mind characterized by one's reliance on himself, or his circumstances; a feeling of self-sufficiency; such assurance as leads to a feeling of security; self-reliance; -- often with self prefixed.
Confidence is a 2003 film starring Edward Burns, Dustin Hoffman and Rachel Weisz and directed by James Foley.
Confidence is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in Scribner's Monthly in 1879 and then as a book later the same year. This light and often awkward comedy centers on artist Bernard Longueville, scientist Gordon Wright, and the sometimes inscrutable heroine, Angela Vivian. The plot rambles through various romantic entanglements before reaching a conventional and unconvincing happy ending.
In the context of demonstrating freedom from infection, confidence is the probability that the type of surveillance applied would detect the presence of infection if the population were infected. The confidence depends on, among other parameters, the assumed level of infection in an infected population. The term refers to confidence in the ability of the surveillance applied to detect disease, and is equivalent to the sensitivity of the surveillance system.
Confidence of an Association Rule (X -- Y), quantifies how often and occur together as a fraction of the number of records in which occurs. For example, if the confidence is 50%, and occur together in 50% of the records in which occurs. Thus, knowing that occurs in a record, the probability that also occurs in that record is 50%.
Estimates of future performance always entail a confidence factor, the inverse of uncertainty. It is useful to quantify the confidence to perform Sensitivity Analysis, demonstrating the possible impacts of different levels of performance. See Sensitivity Analysis.
A Government is authorized to function after the Knesset approves a vote of confidence. A motion of no confidence initiated by the opposition is intended to cause the resignation of the Government. According to the Government Basic Law, a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister dissolves the Knesset and mandates elections for the next Knesset.
A measure of how reliable a piece of information is. For the GCM Travel website, information provided by government agencies (transportation departments, police dispatch agencies, etc.) is deemed to have a high confidence, while unconfirmed reports from citizens (for example, from *999) is deemed to initially have low confidence until is it corroborated by surveiliance systems or by additional citizen reports.
The parliamentary test on whether a government can continue in office is that it have the support of an absolute majority of the members of the House of Representatives who vote on certain crucial votes in the House. The term 'confidence and supply' is often used although the two are separate types of vote. A minority government will often seek an agreement for support on confidence and supply votes. See also: supply
Keywords:  excl, med, mutant, explanations, wild
A rating of the quality of the data. Values can be excellent (Excl), good (Good), medium (Med), low (Low), and not applicable (#N/A) because the gene was not scored. The following are explanations of the confidence ratings. Excellent: the particular message level was called "present" in both wild type and both mutant experiments. Good: the data did not have to be corrected in any way, but not all were "present". Medium: the message level changed two fold in both wild type to mutant comparisons, but did not fulfill the "Good" criteria. Low: the message level changed in the same direction, but did not fulfill the "Medium" criteria. Not applicable: none of these criteria could be met.
Keywords:  amazing, thing
an amazing thing
A mental and physical sensation related to stability. If there is a solid connection, then confidence will be positive. If it is known that no connection exists, then confidence will be negative. Perceiver, Server, and Contributor strategies think using confidence. Perceiver confidence is determined by the truth or error of facts. Server confidence is related to the ‘doability' of actions or the existence of sequences. Contributor confidence is based upon the relationship between Perceiver facts and Server actions.
a preference For the habitual voyeur of what is known as
Set in precious metal: silver, gold or platinum, Diamonique® jewelry can be worn with confidence. Only you will know you're wearing Diamonique® jewelry.
The feeling people have before they know better
an entering into solidarity and dependence
A yet-to-be-implemented value representing the degree of certainty in the identification of a given mass and time tag
Keywords:  weekly, correctly, picked, pool, team
A value a person assigns to each team they pick in a pool. Confidence points are added for the games that are picked correctly to establish a weekly total.
a System Integrator that design and deliver high quality Security solutions that are competitive in functionality and price, and utilize the convergence between IT and security technology
a state of confident hopefulness that events will be favorable; "public confidence in the economy"
Private conversation; (pl.) secrets shared; as, there were confidences between them.
a secret shared with someone
Keywords:  occasion
Giving occasion for confidence.