The Closeness Of Agreement


The good consistency and proximity of the predicted and experimental results and the high adsorption capacity of the dyes in a short time strongly confirm the high suitability of the present method for wastewater treatment, while the simple separation of existing nanoparticles and their good regeneration support a good applicability of Fe3O4-MNPs-AC for wastewater treatment. The accuracy of the analysis method is the proximity of the match between a real value and the value obtained. On the military level, accuracy refers primarily to the accuracy of the fire (firing accuracy), the accuracy of the fire expressed by the proximity of a group of shots on and around the center of the target. [4] Reproducibility can be defined as the proximity of the concordance between the independent results obtained with the same method on the test material, but under different conditions, in this case in the context of different experiments. The proximity of the concordance or disagreement between these results is discussed in this document. To measure a quantity, accuracy is the proximity of measurements to a given value, while accuracy is the proximity of measurements to one another. In equivalent, the PIBM defines accuracy as the proximity of the concordance between the indications or the measured quantities obtained under certain conditions by repeated measurements on identical or similar objects [2]. Precision may include precision in its broader definition, but the two words are not strictly interchangeable. Comparing the results of the four observers at the same time using Fleiss` Kappa statistics, the proximity of the agreement with the ESL proved to be higher than that of SSh EPI; No significant differences were detected, which stratified patients by primary or recurrent cholesteatom, by age or sex. On the other hand, the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) defines accuracy as the proximity of the concordance between a measured quantity and a real quantity of a measurement (quantity to be measured) [2]. In this case, it is defined as the proximity of the concordance between the average of an infinite number of replicated measurement values and a reference value.

Accordingly, the New Oxford American Dictionary indicates the technical definition of accuracy as the degree to which the result of a measurement, calculation, or specification corresponds to the correct value or standard [3]. In the same line, the Merriam Webster dictionary defines accuracy as the degree of conformity of a measurement to a standard or a real value [4]. ISO 5725 uses the combination of the two terms “accuracy” and “precision” (Figure 1) under the heading “Accuracy and precision” to describe the precision of a measurement method. According to ISO 5725, “truth” refers to the concordance between the arithmetic mean of a large number of test results and the actual or accepted reference value [1]. “Accuracy” refers to the proximity of the concordance between the different test results. . . .