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reliability 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage Collins Definition
  1. dependability: the quality of being dependable or reliable
  2. (reliable) authentic: conforming to fact and therefore worthy of belief; "an authentic account by an eyewitness"; "reliable information"
  3. In computer networking, a reliable protocol is one that provides reliability properties with respect to the delivery of data to the intended recipient(s), as opposed to an unreliable protocol, which does not provide notifications to the sender as to the delivery of transmitted data.
  4. Reliability engineering is an engineering field, that deals with the study of : the ability of a system or component to perform its required functions under stated conditions for a specified period of time. It is often reported as a probability.
  5. Reliability of semiconductor devices can be summarized as follows: # Semiconductor devices are very sensitive to impurities and particles. Therefore, to manufacture these devices it is necessary to manage many processes while accurately controlling the level of impurities and particles. ...
  6. In statistics, reliability is the consistency of a set of measurements or of a measuring instrument, often used to describe a test. Reliability is inversely related to random error.
  7. (reliable) Something or someone reliable; Suitable or fit to be relied on; worthy of dependence or reliance; trustworthy; Such that either a sent packet will reach its destination, even if it requires retransmission, or the sender will be told that it didn't
  8. (Reliable) Clearwater's proven approach has allowed their partners to meet with approval from both the EDC and the IRS and continuously benefit from the EDC Program.
  9. (Reliable) Dependable, something or someone you can count on
  10. (Reliable) Origin San Diego, Calif., Jerry Staedeli, 1966. Seedling of Sensation. Tree broad, dense, slow. Fruit size varies from 10-20 oz., shape oblong, yellow blushed red. Rarely misses a crop. Subject to anthracnose, soft nose. Long ripening season (Oct-Feb). For coast and foothills.
  11. (Reliable) To be able to be depended on, or to be trusted, to be accurate. Information that is verifiable and free from bias and faithfully represents what it purports to represent. (Discussed in Concepts Statement 2 as amended by Concepts Statement 5)
  12. (Reliable) if you need to make a claim, 24-hour assistance is available and you can count on a very quick settlement.
  13. (Reliable) that may be relied on; dependable in achievement, accuracy, honest.
  14. (reliable (reliability)) Different audit evidence provides different degrees of assurance to the auditor. When evidence can be obtained from independent sources outside an entity it provides greater assurance of reliability for an independent audit than that secured solely in the entity. ...
  15. (reliable) as losing power in an airplane is a substantially greater problem than an automobile engine seizing. Aircraft engines operate at temperature, pressure, and speed extremes, and therefore need to operate reliably and safely under all these conditions.
  16. (reliable) high degree of certainty and predictability for a desired outcome; an EREA effectiveness-assessment theme associated with the physical dimension of a context
  17. (reliable) likely to be true and accurate
  18. (reliable) ışanŋılı, kеrti, tüz
  19. A reliable language test or other assessment tool produces the same results in the same group if the test is repeated, regardless of who is marking the test. A test can never be perfectly reliable but good tests strive for high reliability.
  20. Research is reliable if it can be trusted and you can depend on it.
  21. The measure of consistency for an assessment instrument. The instrument should yield similar results over time with similar populations in similar circumstances.
  22. The consistency with which a measuring instrument (such as a psychometric test) performs its' function, gauged, for example, by comparing test scores from the same subjects at different times.
  23. Data generated by a system are based on protocols and procedures that do not change according to who is using them and when or how often they are used. ...
  24. The providing of adequate and dependable generation, transmission and distribution service.
  25. The ability of an instrument to perform as specified without premature failure.