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calibration

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  • n  the act of checking or adjusting (by comparison with a standard) the accuracy of a measuring instrument
    the thermometer needed calibration

  • The procedure (called "multi-channel acoustic calibration") only takes three minutes, and it's kind of entertaining.
  • Coke has always measured its sales potential using the metric of bottles consumed per capita by country, and by that calibration, China and India remain untapped gushers.
  • That was the only "hope" he mentioned a fascinating calibration.
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  • Mario Draghi in San Francisco Chronicle
    It will be important that leaders support calibration of the new capital, liquidity and leverage standards to a level and quality that enable banks to withstand stresses of the magnitude experienced in this crisis, without public support,...
  • Ben Bernanke in BusinessWeek
    You have a very full agenda for the next two days,Bernanke warned. "The topics represent a good mix of theoretical work as well as empirical work based on both calibration and econometric estimation."
  • Kamal Nath in Bloomberg
    There is an increase in international prices. This has to be met with import duty calibration, which we are considering,Trade Minister Kamal Nath told reporters in New Delhi today.

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