scoring system

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Noun1.scoring system - a system of classifying according to quality or merit or amount
classification system - a system for classifying things
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City council members this week directed staff to come up with a scoring system to rank applications for money from the Special Events and Cultural Amenities grant, referred to as SECA, and to eliminate a category for "legacy events," which had created confusion.
The move was necessitated by the fact that the existing centralised credit scoring system only contained personal debt information held by traditional financial institutions.
By instituting an automated lead scoring system to process all incoming leads, the company was able to improve the quality of its leads and improve the number of conversions to sales.
Objective: To determine the validity of Modified Alvarado Scoring System (MASS) in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis.
2] value indicates what proportion of the variability in outcome (ischemia time) is explained by the scoring system.
Contract Awarded for Hiring of Driver Services for the Hong Kong Housing Authoritys Performance Assessment Scoring System and Building Services Performance Assessment Scoring System Teams, and the Labour Relations Officer Team
This research aims to validate a novel, visual body scoring system created for the Magellanic penguin (Spheniscus magellanicus) suitable for the zoo practitioner.
VANCOUVER -- Evidence-based therapy for nail psoriasis is in a sorry state because of a lack of consensus on a reliable nail psoriasis scoring system for use in clinical trials, according to a coauthor of the Cochrane systematic review of interventions for nail psoriasis.
When the official measurer crunches the numbers, the hunter is now disappointed, and the measurer or the scoring system takes the blame.
A scoring system was released under the Freedom of Information Act which gave other towns higher points.
ISLAMABAD -- Researchers have developed a new scoring system to help determine who may be at a higher risk of developing memory and thinking problems that can lead to dementia.