Definitions for "FIDELITY"
Faithfulness; adherence to right; careful and exact observance of duty, or discharge of obligations.
Adherence to a person or party to which one is bound; loyalty.
Adherence to the marriage contract.
Keywords:  loyal, crcc, preamble, autonomy, crc
The duty to be true and loyal to others.
One of five principles of ethical behavior that guide the construction and development of the CRCC Code of Ethics. It refers to that aspect of the “spirit of caring and respect” that requires rehabilitation counselors to always, “be loyal, honest, and keep promises” (preamble of the CRC Code of Ethics)
is based on trust and generates rules for promise-keeping based on respect for autonomy.
A type of insurance that generally covers losses caused by dishonest or fraudulent acts by employees and others.
A form of insurance that reimburses an employer under agreed upon terms and conditions for losses caused by dishonest or fraudulent acts of employees.
A term used in discussion of Beeg Horseshoe Theory to refer to verisimilitude/integrity. Within that theory, Fidelity is essentially an overall measure of Simulationism-ness. The Simulationism definition emphasizes internal causality (i.e. "Exploration squared"). In parallel, Fidelity refers to a consistency requirement, but not necessarily realism. This is a minimum requirement -- i.e. you can be more consistent without dysfunction, but dropping below Fidelity requirement that causes problems (i.e. clash of priorities). Fidelity can relate to individual Exploration elements rather than being a single axis. References: Beeg Horseshoe Theory Revisited
Fidelity is the seventh episode of the first season of House and the seventh episode overall.
"Fidelity" is an alternative pop song from singer-songwriter Regina Spektor released in the fall of 2006. It marked Spektor's first Billboard 100 hit and is her most successful track to date. Despite a release date of September 25th and with its popular music video released even earlier, the song did not hit the charts until December.
Keywords:  betrayed, peculiar, virtue
A virtue peculiar to those who are about to be betrayed.
The degree to which output reflects input. The extent to which transcripion, translation, and replication represent template information.
In intervention research, fidelity commonly refers to the extent to which an intervention is implemented as intended by the designers of the intervention. Thus, fidelity refers not only to whether or not all the intervention components and activities were actually implemented, but whether they were implemented in the proper manner.
the degree of similarity between a model and the system properties being modeled [ IEEE 90].
A principle that forbids misleading or deceiving any creature capable of being mislead or deceived. We are to be truthful in our dealings with others.
The probability for a string to correctly transmit its code to its offspring. The fidelity F is just 1 - P, where P is the error probability. If only copy errors arise with probability R, the fidelity is F = (1-R) where is the length of the code. If insert and delete mutation occur with probability Pi and Pd respectively, the effective fidelity is F = (1-R) - Pd
Keywords:  confident, think, fine, firm, feel
a fine firm and I think you should feel confident investing with them
Keywords:  high, see
See: High Fidelity