Definitions for "Relevance"
The quality or state of being relevant; pertinency; applicability.
Refers to importance and practical utility. In organizational assessment, it refers to the degree of congruence between (a) the objectives and activities of an organization, and (b) the needs and expectations of key stakeholders.
To what extent are the intervention's objectives pertinent in relation to the evolving needs and priorities at both national and EU level? See also intervention, intervention logic, needs, objectives.
Keywords:  query, revelant, rank, keyword, search
Importance or significance. Differential feature of a subset of information that makes it of interest for the receiver. Relevance is a key concept, because it depends on the subject receiving the information. What is relevant for one person can be useless for another and hence can be disinformation or even 'rubbish'. Relevance is especially important when speaking about information retrieval.
Revelance is often used with Search Engine Marketers (SEM's) and speculations are made if a website revelance is similar a search. Revelance is based on an individuals opinion, making it subjective.
Is an indicative measure of the contextual appropriateness of an Article based on the user's query. Click on the Relevance-heading to sort an Article list by relevancy.
That quality of evidence which renders it properly applicable in determining the answer to a question; that which when added to an exhibit renders it evidence.
Getting statistical significance is not necessarily the end of the story. In any experiment you would also want to see practical significance, which is not always present. In practical terms, the statistically significant difference may be so small as to be irrelevant. Noe that we may see practical significance in a sample, but we cannot conclude that this is a real effect in the population unless we also have statistical significance.
Definition Relevance, in the common law of evidence, is the tendency of a given item of evidence to prove or disprove one of the legal elements of the case, or to have probative value to make one of the elements of the case likelier or not. Evidence that is irrelevant has no bearing on any of the issues, and the rules of evidence exclude it.
A criterion used in evaluating the quality of information. Relevance describes how closely the contents of an information source match the topics under discussion.
a criterion used to judge whether a market research study acts to support strategic and tactical planning activities.
The degree to which a source addresses a research topic (some relevant sources may be more broad or more narrow than the specific research topic.)
activation of a seme. There exist three types of relevance (linguistic, generic or situational), depending on whether the activation is prescribed by the functional system of language, the textual genre, or the practice involved.
Sufficiency to infer the conclusion.
In accounting, the quality of accounting information that requires a company's accounting information to be useful, timely, and likely to affect an interested user's decisions.
Bearing directly on the outcome of a decision; a qualitative characteristic of accounting makers.
The capacity of information to make a difference in a decision.
For the purposes of the Race Relations Act, 'relevance' means 'having implications for' (of affecting) the general duty. A function or a policy will be relevant to race equality, if it has, or could have, implications for promoting race equality. Relevance is about how far a function or policy affects people - as members of the public and as employees of the authority.
Keywords:  correlate, sorts, sub, whom, met
Relevance is a contact manager of sorts that will allow you to manage, correlate, aggregate and organize the people that you do business with, whom you associate with, and who you've met throughout your life into categories, sub-categories and groups.
Keywords:  matter, phrase, something, subject, key
the relation of something to the matter at hand
The closeness of a key word or phrase to the subject matter of a web page.
The amount of connection and sense the brand possesses with regard to something.
Keywords:  ratio, resource, index
Relevance ratio Resource index