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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccuracyac‧cu‧ra‧cy /ˈækjərəsi/ ●●○ AWL noun [uncountable]  1 EXACTthe ability to do something in an exact way without making a mistake He passes the ball with unerring accuracy.2 CORRECTTRUEthe quality of being correct or true opp inaccuracyaccuracy of worries about the accuracy of government statistics
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accuracyWest, who lives in Ellenwood, Ga., says the site has amazing accuracy and is fast.The same Newtonian scheme applies here on earth-and out among the stars and galaxies-to some comparable accuracy.Additional information can often be used to increase correction accuracy and speed, for example by studying the sources of errors.Not only do we test for accuracy in training, but we may wish to test for noise and many other parameters.There have been questions about the accuracy of the report.But several factors affect the accuracy of radiocarbon dating.Use of such corpora will improve the accuracy of the probabilistic models, allowing transitions beyond the trigram level to be investigated.
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