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benchmark

(bench′mark″)
1. A criterion of quality or service in health care, usually expressed as a measurable standard.
2. A reference standard or basis for comparison that serves as a definition of a norm.
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Credit Benchmark is a financial data and analytics company offering the world's most comprehensive market view of credit risk.
In the control conditions, subjects were asked to recall the ad benchmark, even though there was no ad benchmark.
Pishevar called Benchmark's lawsuit against Kalanick "irrational in the extreme" and its other actions "culpably wrong-headed".
Alfalah GHP Islamic prosperity planning fund - active allocation plan-II generated a return of 7.6 percent during the period under review against the benchmark which generated of 6.6 percent.
Based on these considerations, a benchmark like 2,500 square feet per bed can vary significantly from hospital to hospital.
During the steps, the SMEs need to decide and select the processes it wants to benchmark, analyze the processes in detail, calculate the process metrics and define their performance gaps, identify comparative best practice partners, determine data collection method, and collect data.
Due to possible inaccuracies while processing the surfaces of the benchmark sleeve, the sleeve should be calibrated prior to levelling.
Earlier this year, Benchmark acquired Suntron for $19 million.
In addition, Benchmark Compliant quotes are found on all exchanges, but are more prevalent on the smaller exchanges.
I've encountered many teams that, upon analysis of their benchmarks, realized that they were running boatloads of SELECT statements for a benchmark of write speed.
Gary Gensler, Chairman of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission and co-chair, along with Martin Wheatley, head of the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) Task Force on Financial Market Benchmarks. has told an audience at London City Week that 'LIBOR, Euribor and other similar interest rate benchmarks are unsustainable in the long run'.
Establish functional goals based on the benchmark findings.