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One-tailed binomial p-value and 90% CI of the total hit rate and the separate hit rates for feedback and non-feedback trials for 26-participant subset of the mental discipline group.
Spike hit rate on the target and the spike speed were calculated during the assessment of spike skills test.
The ROC curve was drawn by plotting the true positive rate against the false positive rate at various cutoff values (% of the selection hit rate; Fig.
Large-cap managers' hit rates for topping the index dropped from 34% in January to 27% in February and then 21% in March.
In general, our BSTKS is the most promising with the shortest computation time, the highest hit rate, the smallest error, and the highest accuracy out of all four methods.
The same method is used to optimize [DELTA]t, and the average MSE and hit rate are plotted in Figures 3(a) and 3(b), respectively.
If "suspicion" can be summarized mathematically as a hit rate (the chance that evidence will be discovered in the course of a stop or search), individualization can be captured as a hassle rate: the chance that an innocent person will have to undergo a stop or search.
Thus, we found that the increase in response time and the drop in hit rate from small to large subtractions were higher in less-skilled individuals than in their highly skilled peers.
Conexant's chip utilizes third-generation voice processing technology to deliver superior voice control with excellent speech recognition hit rates and voice communications with increased clarity in distant speaker or far-field conditions up to five meters away.
Keywords: person matching, career interest, narrative, assessment, hit rate
I'm not sure in this day and age that's such a bad hit rate - 106,000 out of a population of around 5,300,000.
At each TV request arrival, a TV channel is randomly selected according to the channel popularity or hit rate. The hit rate (or popularity) of CH (channel) i is denoted by h;, where [[summation].sup.N.sub.i=1][h.sub.i] = 1.