replicability


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replicability

(ˌrɛplɪkəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being replicable
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Firstly, to improve the traceability, transparency and replicability of the data sources used as inputs, the usage of the model and its output results; secondly, to increase the usefulness of the model in policy making by increasing the geographical coverage and bringing the base year to a more recent period; thirdly, to update model features to accommodate other market forms different from perfect competition and improve the current model specifications in consumption, labour market and the capital block in the model; and fourthly, update the Fidelio manual according to the modifications carried out during the execution of the contract.
Honorees are selected based on quantifiable results and the replicability of their initiatives.
Specialists working in statistics, psychology, and other fields in Europe and China address the data integration method of linking traditional data with big data, digital footprints and personality research on sensation seeking, the use of predictive modeling, the replicability of machine learning, and the split/analyze/meta-analyze (SAM) approach to address multilevel research questions with big data.
The winning proposals for Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC were selected by a panel of nine jurors and evaluated on their design, replicability, and construction feasibility.
The key is cooperation between citizens' movements, public officials, water service workers and communities, and guided by the values of participation, empowerment, equity, accountability, quality or safety, efficiency, transparency, solidarity and replicability.
Ensuring consistency, transparency, replicability, rigor, and integrity in social science research studies in ACEEL disciplines is a research priority not explicitly stated in the agenda, but arguably implicit to all studies.
This is bad enough, but what may be worse for a discipline that lays claim to being a science is the lack of insistence on the replicability of empirical results.
They provide a useful insight into the impact and sometimes, global replicability, of such initiatives.
Entries of Green Champion Awards will be judged according to its sustainability, innovation and replicability.
This will be followed by several presentations and discussions on projects from around the world that have demonstrated impact and replicability.
Some perspective: When Ray Kroc walked into the McDonald brothers' restaurant in 1954, he was taken aback with the efficiency and replicability of the facility.
showed that the number of studies concerning research reproducibility has been steadily increasing since the 1970s, and that reproducibility and replicability are frequently used interchangeably (1).