recalibration


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recalibration

(ˌriːkælɪˈbreɪʃən)
n
the act or process of recalibrating something
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'We retained them, but they have not completed [yet] the whole recalibration effort.
Untal said IBPAP did not decide on doing a recalibration exercise until the group saw the industry figures for 2018, which showed it had been underperforming since 2017.
TruRoad is a provider of in-shop and mobile auto glass repair, replacement and recalibration services.
The entire recalibration process took three months, the agency added.
'This is what we call a regional recalibration of Pakistan's foreign and security policy.
During an interview with the Financial Times, the minister said that his government was engaged in a "regional recalibration of Pakistan's foreign and security policy" that threatens to undermine the US war effort in Afghanistan.
Part of that regional recalibration involves Pakistan reaching out to Russia and China for new military supplies.
We concentrated on demonstrating and validating the efficiency of the recalibration process.
They also found that it is not just sleep deprivation and other sleeping disorders that interfere with the process of recalibration, but that sleeping pills to get a sound sleep can have a similar effect.
These dynamic changes in the TBW and PSS, termed temporal recalibration, were initially hypothesized as a means to resolve asynchronous sensory signals reflective of the statistics of the environment [19].
The task force was set up under deputy governor, SS Mundra, to oversee the recalibration of ATM machines following the introduction of new ATM notes.