graded response

graded response

a response that increases with the amount of energy supplied as opposed to the reaction brought about by the ALL-OR-NONE LAW.
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When asked for a comment on how pollution is impacting the lives of the homeless population in the NCR, especially those living onsidewalks and in the Trans-Yamuna area, and how they burn items like discarded paper, tyres (available for as little as Rs 10), wood, shoes et al to keep themselves reasonably warm during the winter, Roychowdhury said, "This winter, an emergency, graded response action plan has been activated on thedirection of the Supreme Court.
5 and PM10) above the red mark, the Supreme court-appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority brings in severe plus category restrictions under the graded response action plan.
In India following the 2016 post Diwali smog situation, the Union Environment Ministry notified Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) under the Supreme Court appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority.
Despite the Air Quality Index (AQI) on Delhi that registered from 'Very Poor' to 'Severe Category', the Supreme Court-mandated Body on Environmental Pollution and Prevention Control Authority (EPCA) with its Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) had ordered a pre-Diwali ban on firecrackers, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) confirmed the Capital's ongoing air pollution crisis an 'emergency', no concrete measures were put in place to tackle the hazardous situation.
He has also requested for the effective implementation of Graded Response Action Plan, as well as other steps identified in various meetings held by the Central Government with the State Governments to improve the situation.
In light of the sudden dip, measures under the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) such as a four times hike in parking fees may be rolled out by the Supreme Court-mandated Environment Pollution Prevention and Control Authority.
Within the framework of the IRT, only 4 items out of 360 were identified as misfitting to the graded response model according to the S-[chi square] index.
The force operates a graded response to the calls, with officers attending the most urgent as soon as possible.
Changes include a graded response to beggars in which they are signposted towards support services.
These features and others along with CTT drawbacks, have led the authors of this paper to introduce Samejima's (1969) graded response model (GRM).
To estimate persistent teaching quality using rater-mediated classroom observations, a cross-classified multilevel random item effects graded response model was developed.