A principle or standard by which something may be judged or decided
the launch came too close to violating safety criteria
(criterion) standard: a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated; "the schools comply with federal standards"; "they set the measure for all subsequent work"
(criterion) the ideal in terms of which something can be judged; "they live by the standards of their community"
Criteria is an indie rock band from Omaha, Nebraska, formed in 2003 when ex-Cursive founding member Steve Pedersen returned to his hometown after graduating from the Duke University School of Law. ...
(The Criterion (magazine)) The Criterion was a British literary magazine published from October 1922 to January 1939. The Criterion (or the Criterion) was, for most of its run, a quarterly journal, although for a period in 1927-28 it was published monthly. ...
(criterion) A standard or test by which individual things or people may be compared and judged
(Criterion) Specific area of quality
((n-1) criterion) Rule according to which the failure of a single operating asset, e.g., a power line, may not endanger the safety of network operation.
(Criterion (Criteria)) A criterion specifies the attributes of successful or meritorious performance. The term criteria is often interchangeable with rubrics, scoring guidelines, and scoring rubrics.
(Criterion) A behavior, characteristic, or quality of a product or performance about which some judgment is made (Clark, 1975). It represents what a teacher intended to teach and what is checked to see if students did indeed learn what the teacher thought was taught.
(Criterion) A measure of work behavior such as quantity, quality, absenteeism, or tenure.
(Criterion) A standard by which a test may be judged or evaluated; a set of scores, ratings, etc., that a test is designed to predict or to correlate with. See validity.
(Criterion) A standard or judgment used as a basis for quantitative and qualitative comparison; that variable to which a test is compared to constitute a measure of the test's validity. ...
(Criterion) Condition or rule, derived from a legal or technical » requirement, which can be evaluated. Each requirement might be split in several criteria that are to be evaluated.
(Criterion) External measurement of some at tribute or behaviour against which to make some evaluation (plural: criteria).
(Criterion) In assessment and performance appraisal, this term is taken as an indicator for job success or as an aspect of job success. Criteria are applied as test parameters for the validity of a predictor (e. g. of a selection test).
(Criterion) The user must show a mastery of the eLearning criteria in order to achieve a sufficient score to pass the course. The eLearning criteria should be closely tied in with the overall objectives of the course.
(Criterion) a concentration or level of a substance that reasonably assures safety of particular organisms & particular uses, i.e. for sensitive species or for swimming or drinking (potable=drinkable)
(Criterion) a standard of judgment or criticism; a rule or principle for evaluating or testing something. For the Everglades, the water quality criterion for phosphorus is 10 parts per billion (ppb).
(Criterion) an item used to assess the quality of an award or rating to an Internet health information site in order to inform users of the site's utility. In this context rating includes rating systems. See also standard.
(criterion) A standard by means of which to judge the features of things. Possession of appropriate criteria necessarily constitutes adequate evidence for our attribution of the feature in question. ...
(criterion) The variable that we want to predict in regression.
A criterion is a necessary or sufficient standard by which to measure the competing values. It is a conceptual tool used to decide which value should be upheld. For a more detailed explanation, see "Logic in LD: Casing Applications (Continued)."
A specific combination of values associated with data elements that permits you to select a subset of entries that meet your needs.
The numeric values and the narrative standards that represent contaminant concentrations that are not to be exceeded in the receiving environmental media (surface water, ground water, sediment) to protect beneficial uses.
Guidelines, rules, characteristics, or dimensions that are used to judge the quality of student performance. Criteria indicate what we value in student responses, products or performances. They may be holistic, analytic, general, or specific. ...