(Askeri) SAPMA: 1. Hedefe isabet etmeyen bir merminin vuruş veya paralanma noktası ile hedef arasındaki mesafe. 2. Pusula istikameti ile manyetik istikamet arasındaki açı farkı
(Askeri) YAN SAPMASI: Top-hedef hattı ile, toptan merminin düştüğü veya paralandığı noktaya uzatılan hat arasında, istikamet açısı bakımından, açısal fark
(Askeri) MAGNEYİK ARIZİ SAPMA, MANYETİK ARIZİ İNHİRAF: Manyetik tabii sapma (manyetic declination) 'nin aksine, manyetik arızi sapma; bir istikamet açısı miktarında, çıkarılması gereken belirli bir miktarı ifade eden pusula hatası miktarıdır. Buna sadece (deviation) da denir
(Askeri) MESAFE SAPMASI, MESAFE İNHİRAFI: Bir merminin hedefe nazaran kısa veya uzun gittiği mesafe. Buna (longitudinal deviation) veya (vertical deviation) de denir
(Askeri) TABİİ DAĞILMA, TABİİ SAPMA: Hiçbir düzeltme tanzimi veya şahsi hatalar için hiçbir düzeltme yapılmadığı taktirde, bir atımın hedeften sapmış olacağı mesafe
(Askeri) DİKİNE SAPMA: Yan sapmasına dikey bir hat üzerinde, atış hattına dikey bir düzlemde hedef ile paralanma noktası arasındaki mesafe
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
تعريف deviation في الإنجليزية الإنجليزية القاموس.
The state or result of having deviated; a transgression; an act of sin; an error; an offense
The voluntary and unnecessary departure of a ship from, or delay in, the regular and usual course of the specific voyage insured, thus releasing the underwriters from their responsibility
The shortest distance between the center of the target and the point where a projectile hits or bursts
The act of deviating; a wandering from the way; variation from the common way, from an established rule, etc.; departure, as from the right course or the path of duty
For interval variables and ratio variables, a measure of difference between the observed value and the mean
The process of varying the frequency of an RF signal to superimpose the audio to be transmitted Also referred to as modulation or FM modulation Deviation is also used to refer to the amount that the frequency of the RF signal is varied; usually expressed as a peak deviation in kHz
deviate behavior the error of a compass due to local magnetic disturbances the difference between an observed value and the expected value of a variable or function a variation that deviates from the standard or norm; "the deviation from the mean
The deflection of the needle of a magnetic compass due to masses of magnetic metal within a ship on which the compass is located This deflection varies with different headings of the ship The deviation is called easterly and marked plus if the deflection is to the right of magnetic north, and is called westerly and marked minus if it is to the left of magnetic north A deviation table is a tabular arrangement showing the amount of deviation for different headings of the ship Each compass requires a separate deviation table
The correction applied to Magnetic Courses in order to convert them to Compass Courses It takes into account the error of the compass, caused by both internal and external influences on the compass The deviation of a compass varies with the heading of the ship
Angular displacement error of a disc measured from the normal to a flat reference plane, also referred to as tilt
A deviation is the difference between a datum and some reference value, typically the mean of the data In computing the SD, one finds the rms of the deviations from the mean, the differences between the individual data and the mean of the data
Deviation means doing something that is different from what people consider to be normal or acceptable. Deviation from the norm is not tolerated. = departure
The difference between the bearing a compass should show and what it does show, due to metals around it Aircraft compasses will have a card indicating the deviation for each compass Do not confuse with declination
The act of deviating; a wandering from the way; variation from the common way, from an established rule, etc
A specific written authorisation, granted prior to the manufacture of an item, to depart from a particular performance or design requirement of a specification, drawing or other document for a specific number of units or a specified period of time A deviation differs from an engineering change in that an approved engineering change requires a corresponding revision of the documentation defining the affected items, whereas a deviation does not contemplate revision of the applicable specification or drawing
a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern); "a diversion from the main highway"; "a digression into irrelevant details"; "a deflection from his goal"
Effect of magnetic fields located near to a compass so as to cause errors in its readings
The difference between the value of a specific variable and some desired value, usually a process set point
In numerical data sets, the difference or distance of an individual observation or data value from the center point (often the mean) of the set distribution
A noticeable or marked departure from the appropriate norm, plan, standard, procedure, or variable being reviewed
a variation that deviates from the standard or norm; "the deviation from the mean"
(n) A tolerancing measure used to describe the difference between the size of a produced part and the basic size DFM (n) See design for manufacturability
The amount of error from displaying magnetic north in a boat's compass caused by the boat's own magnetic interference
The difference between the value of the controlled variable and the value at which it is being controlled
Variation from a specified dimension or requirement, usually defining the upper and lower limits
The sum of the absolute values of the differences between the theoretical outcomes and the experimental outcomes of events divided by the number of events This is used to statistically compare experimental results with theoretical results
The difference in the direction between the course shown on a compass and the actual magnetic course Deviation is caused by the metal objects and electrical fields produced by a ship, plane, or car Variation: The difference on a compass between the magnetic north pole and the true North Pole Variation is the result of the fact that the two poles are in different locations
The acceptance of a part that does not meet the print dimensions or specification The deviating instructions may range from using the part as is to detailed instructions regarding rework The rework would then be considered as a cost adder or a variance to the standard costing
In data sets, the difference or distance of an individual observation or data values from the center point (the mean) of the data set distribution
A value that differs significantly from an expected value OLAP Miner calculates the expected value of a selected cell by averaging values in all dimensions that intersect that cell
the difference between an observed value and the expected value of a variable or function
A specific written authorization, granted prior to the manufacture of a Configuration Item, to depart from a particular performance or design requirement of a specification, drawing or other document for a specific number of units or a specific period of time A deviation differs from an engineering change in that an approved change requires a corresponding revision of the documentation defining, the affected item, whereas a deviation does not contemplate revision of the applicable specification or drawing
(Ticaret) (MAD) The sum of the absolute value of error or deviation from an expected value, divided by the number of data points. Often used as a base measure of forecast accuracy
This is the average absolute value of the distance of the data from the mean Although this is usually defined as distance from the mean, it merits mention that the median is the value from which the mean deviation is least (the mean is the value from which the squared deviation is least)
A measure of a frequency distribution's variability The greater the variability, the larger the value of the standard deviation To obtain the standard deviation, one must calculate the difference between the value of each individual item in the population and the population mean, square these differences, add them, divide the sum by the total number of items, and finally, extract the square root
A measure of dispersion within a set of data, calculated from the square root of the variance, to give a value in the same range as raw scores The standard deviation is the spread of scores around the mean of the sample
A measure of the volatility of a fund's total returns This measures the fluctuation of the fund's monthly return, above and below the mean, usually over a 5-year period The higher the standard deviation number, the more a fund's returns vary from month to month
A measure of the dispersion of random errors about the mean value If a large numberof measurements or observations of the same quantity are made, the standard deviation is the square root of the sum of the squares of deviations from the mean value divided by the number of observations less one
A measure of the variability of a distribution of scores The more the scores cluster around the mean, the smaller the standard deviation In a normal distribution, 68% of the scores fall within one standard deviation above and one standard deviation below the mean
Statistical measure of the degree to which an individual value in a probability distriubtion tends to vary from the mean of the distribution It is widely applied to modern Portfolio Theory, for example, where the past performance of securities is used to determine the range of performances and a probability is attached to each performance The standard deviation of performance can then be calculated for each security and for the portfolio as a whole The greater the degree of dispersion, the greater the risk Standard Deviation is based on historical performance of the trailing 36 months and do not indicate future results Source: Russell
A statistical volatility measure that describes the range in which prices fluctuate The greater the standard deviation, the greater the volatility of the price movement It is believed that the actual stock price will vary within one standard deviation in both directions, plus or minus, about the securities' expected return with a 67% probability This is a part of the TaraFolioTM engine's risk computations, which represents a deviation about the expected return on securities or portfolios
If the instantaneous distances from an equilibrium position of a vibrating body are squared and averaged, the result is called the variance of the vibration The square root of the variance is the standard deviation It is also equal to the rms (root mean square) value
Standard deviation is the statistical measure of the degree to which an individual value in a probability distribution tends to vary from the mean of the distribution It is widely applied in modern portfolio theory, where the past performance of securities is used to determine the range of possible future performance, and a probability is attached to each performance Generally speaking, the greater the degree of dispersion, the greater the risk = (σ2)1/2 σ2 = variance
A statistical term: s, the square root of the variance s2, i e , the square root of the mean of the squares of the measured deviations from the mean value
A statistic which measures the variability or dispersion of a set of data It is calculated from the deviations (distances) between each data value and the sample mean, and is often represented by the letter "s" The more disperse the data is, the larger the standard deviation The standard deviation squared is called the variance For data which follows a normal distribution, approximately 68% of all data will fall within one standard deviation of the sample mean, 95% of all values will fall within two standard deviations, and 99 7% of all data will fall within three standard deviations For data from any distribution, AT LEAST 75% of all values fall within plus and minus two standard deviations, while AT LEAST 89% fall within three standard deviations
A measure of a fund's volatility derived by looking at its range of historical returns The higher the standard deviation, the greater the potential for volatility Say a fund has an average annual return of 12% and a standard deviation of 20 By adding and subtracting 20 from 12, you can figure what the fund's high and low returns have been in two-thirds of the time periods over the past three years In this case, the high would have been +32% (12+20) By multiplying the standard deviation by two and doing the same calculations, you can figure the fund's high and low returns for 95% of its history See "7 Steps to Picking A Good Fund " BACK TO TOP
The square of the difference from the mean for each data value, summed, divided by one less than the number of values, then square-rooted An expression of the so-called "second moment," which describes the "dispersion" or variability around the mean With a normal distribution as we expect from most noise sources, about 68% of our data values should be within +/- 1 standard deviation about the mean The square of the standard deviation is the variance In noise data, the standard deviation should be approximately the same as the RMS
A measure of the dispersion of random error about the mean value If a large number of measurements or observations of the same quantity are made, the standard deviation is the square root of the sum of the squares of deviations from the mean value divided by the number of observations less one
a measure of the variation, or spread, of individual measurements; a measurement which indicates how far away from the middle the statistics are; usually denoted by the lower case s for sample data; mathematically equal to the square root of variance
A measure of the variation in a distribution, equal to the square root of the arithmetic mean of the squares of the deviations from the arithmetic mean; the square root of the variance
The square root of the average of the squares of deviations about the mean of a set of data Standard deviation is a statistical measure of spread or variability
Standard deviation tells how spread out numbers are from the average, calculated by taking the square root of the arithmetic average of the squares of the deviations from the mean in a frequency distribution (cf The Normal Distribution Discussion)
A measure of the variability of the population This value is often symbolized by the Greek letter sigma, s It also represents the variability of a sample, in which case the symbol S is used The sample standard deviation is most often a good estimate of the population standard deviation If the population follows a normal distribution, then approximately 68% of the sample will be within one standard deviation of the mean and 95% will be within 2 standard deviations The square of the standard deviation is called the variance
How much a set of data is different from the curve it should make when plotted on a graph Or, the square root of the average of the squares of deviations about the mean of a set of data Standard deviation is a statistical measure of spread or variability
A statistic used as a measure of the dispersion or variation in a distribution, equal to the square root of the arithmetic mean of the squares of the deviations from the arithmetic mean. a number in statistics that shows by how much members of a mathematical set can be different from the average set
(Ticaret) A measure of the spread or dispersion of a data population around a mean, as calculated by taking the variation of each number from the mean, squaring it, averaging the result (by dividing by n-1, or one less than sample size), and finding the square root