intercompare

intercompare

(ˌɪntəkəmˈpɛə)
vb (tr)
(of members of a group) to compare each member against all other members
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The secondary purpose of this study was to intercompare the inclinometer angle and the flexicurve angle.
Since this procedure provides dynamic information on NEE, it has been widely used around the world and is in fact considered the benchmark method to validate or intercompare results directly obtained by remote sensing (Leuning et al.
The aim of the study was to intercompare the instruments as well as provide data to the sites in question about their pollutant emissions.
As the child matures, the brain becomes able to retain larger amounts of information at once, making it possible to intercompare this information and also to build up bodies of information (Flavell, 1985).
Thus the user may intercompare contexts of what is re-used, both for personal work (keeping track of reuse) and publication (for deep comprehension and study).(1) Transclusion brings to electronic publishing a copyright method that makes republication fair and clean: Each user buys each quotation from its own publisher, assuring proper payment (and encouraging exploration of the original).
Both this and the more recent study are part of an internationally sponsored project called MERIT (Monitor Earth's Rotation and Intercompare Techniques of Observation and Analysis).
For beam diameters near 3 mm, the beam will underfill the apertures and so the measurements will be used to intercompare the native power scales of the TSI instruments with the NIST power-responsivity scale.
"The eventual result is many methods used to generate data that are extremely difficult to intercompare."
Bellenbaum et al., "Imilast: a community effort to intercompare extratropical cyclone detection and tracking algorithms," Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, vol.
Bellenbaum et al., "IMILAST-a community effort to intercompare extratropical cyclone detection and tracking algorithms: assessing method-related uncertainties," Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, vol.
Periodically, a CCC bridge in the calibration laboratory is used to intercompare the 1 [OMEGA], 100 [OMEGA], and 10 k[OMEGA] reference banks to verify the consistency of their predicted values based on previous QHR determinations.