recalibration


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recalibration

(ˌriːkælɪˈbreɪʃən)
n
the act or process of recalibrating something
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Once the vacuum is applied, recalibration is required after every temperature change due to thermal drift effects.
Global Banking News-November 15, 2016--Indian central bank sets up panel to oversee ATM recalibrations
More specifically, various approaches have been described to identify and minimize the effect of outliers when comparing measurements in laboratory recalibration studies (2-9).
You can avoid all those recalibration issues by providing backup power to the vehicle while you change the battery.
Redundancy of measurements is essential in identifying possible instabilities in any given mass artifact, and control charts of results are used to determine when recalibration at the BIPM is necessary.
The periodic recalibration of a measuring instrument can be compared to insurance.
BHA handicapper Phil Smith has said this process began in 2009 after the great year for Sea The Stars, who remains behind Dancing Brave after recalibration.
The recalibration algorithm utilised was for special tax (non-general obligation related, including sales tax) credits, however, the notched - issuer rating algorithm should have been applied," the agency said.
These two organizations represent a recalibration, and new sources for funding as well as collaboration for early stage companies.
The new generation Flow Monitor makes the time-consuming manual pump recalibration procedure for fluctuating system pressures a thing of the past.
The solution reportedly enhances the day-to-day quantitative reliability of the technology, and circumvents the need to return back-illuminated EMCCD cameras to the factory for recalibration.
Occasionally a rooster -- one whose body clock was in desperate need of recalibration -- would burst into frenzied crowing.