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ROC

Acronym for receiver operating characteristic, an analytic expression of diagnostic accuracy. See: ROC curve.
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ROC

1. Receiver operating characteristic, relative operator characteristic Clinical decision-making A “…global measure of the accuracy of a diagnostic system, independent of the cutoff point used to discriminate 'normal' from 'abnormal'” JR Beck. See ROC analysis, ROC curve.
2. Reduced oxygen concentration.
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MICHAEL JOHN BOLIN, "Making Peace and Creating Evil." Advisers: Christopher Mirus, William Frank, Ronnie Rombs.
Granting that Augustine continued to use the neo-Platonic imagery and vocabulary, Rombs shows that he set it to a totally different and thoroughly Christianized purpose.
Rombs, Saint Augustine and the Fall of the Soul: Beyond O'Connell and His Critics (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2006); both works deal primarily with Augustine's modification of his views on the pre-existence of the soul in a Plotinian sense.