intercomparison


Related to intercomparison: reassign, roughed, give in to

intercomparison

(ˌɪntəkəmˈpærɪsən)
n
mutual comparison
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Control specimens are spare samples of previous intercomparison studies.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Orbital Sciences Corporation (NYSE: ORB) announced today that it has been selected by the University of Colorado at Boulder for a $26 million contract to develop and build the Solar- Stellar InterComparison Experiment/Solar Atmospheric Variability Explorer (SOLSTICE/SAVE) satellite.
2003)] to facilitate intercomparison of projected impacts for problem assessment.
The major testing stations of Europe agreed that this situation could be improved by an intercomparison.
10) The main report for the cryogenic radiometer intercomparison CCPR-S3 can be found at www.
The IAEA 14C intercomparison exercise 1990, Radiocarbon 34: 50619.
1 T47 as in the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP) 20th century experiment (Meehl et al.
General information: Approximately 30 laboratories will participate in an intercomparison which consists of two parts, one experimental and the other computational.
Faller, Absolute gravimetry: Environmental noise limits, presented at Proceedings of the Workshop on Non Tidal Gravity Changes: Intercomparison between absolute and superconducting gravimeters, Walferdange, Luxemburg (1991) pp.
The Swedish reference laboratory participated in the national network of Mono S reference laboratories, which performed regular intercomparison studies.
Report of the international workshop on intercomparison of radiocarbon laboratories: a summary of the meeting, Radiocarbon 32: 389-91.