overprecise

overprecise

(ˌəʊvəprɪˈsaɪs)
adj
excessively precise
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[33]), this paper intends to study the capacity recovery decision through a newsvendor model when power system's capacity is damaged, of which the decision biases are investigated by considering the manager being overestimated and overprecise during disruption management.
[beta] [right arrow] 0 represents a manager with no overprecision behavior, and [beta] [right arrow] 1 represents a completely overprecise manager.
Our first priority should not be insisting on ineffective direct instruction, as the LEARN Act does, or investing in overprecise and unnecessary standards and measures, as Race to the Top does.
It was one of the architects' stated aims to avoid showing off the technical apparatus, and the construction too is rendered rather basic and pure, with deceptively simple detailing that could even be called overprecise. My greatest disappointment was the general gloom inside the building and the suppression of relations with the outside world.
Because they now try to be comprehensive and overprecise in their theoretical coverage, their results are not as predictable and useful as they could be.
The convoluted complaint weaves between reducing manifattura and overprecise demands in the inventione.
The overprecise title refers to one of the story's main themes: life and struggles within an organization (Haavikko was a director of the Otava publishing company when he wrote it).