beta

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İngilizce - Türkçe
Yunan alfabesinin ikinci harfi beta particlebeta ışınındaki elektron
(Tıp) radyoaktif maddeden çıkan bir cins ışın, beta ışınları
beta
beta raysradyoaktif maddelerden çıkarılan elektron ışınları
{i} ikinci sırada olan şey
(Tıp) Bileşiğin izomerlerini belirtmede kullanılan ön takılardan biri, bileşiğin ikinci izomeri
(Ticaret) yunan alfabesinin ikinci harfi
beta id
(Bilgisayar) beta no
beta brass
beta pirinci
beta decay
beta çözünmesi
beta detector
beta detektörü
beta disintegration
beta parçalanması
beta disintegration energy
beta bozunum enerjisi
beta emitter
beta emitörü
beta particle
beta parçacığı
beta radiation
beta radyasyonu
beta ray
beta ışını
beta ray spectrometer
beta ışını spektrometresi
beta ray spectrum
beta ışın spektrumu
beta rays
beta ışınları
beta spectrometer
beta ışını spektrometresi
beta thickness gauge
beta kalınlık ölçeri
beta blocker
beta bloker
beta carotene
beta karoten
beta coefficient
(İstatistik) Hisse senedinin sağlamlığının ölçümünde kullanılan beta katsayısı
beta ray spectrum
beta-işini spektrumu
beta spectrometer
beta işini spektrometresi
beta spectrometre
beta işini spektrometresi
beta weight
(İstatistik) Hisse senedinin sağlamlığının ölçümünde kullanılan beta katsayısı, beta ağırlığı
beta-carotene
beta-karoten
beta-hydroxybutyric acid
beta Hidroksilbütrik asit
beta-lactam
beta-laktam
beta-sympatholytic
beta-sempatolitik
beta decay
beta bozuşması
beta diagram
beta diyagramı
beta quartz
beta kuvars
beta radiation
beta ışıması
beta radioactivity
(Nükleer Bilimler) beta radyoaktivitesi
beta ray spectrometer
beta-ışını spektrometresi
beta ray spectrum
beta-ışın spektrumu
beta site id
(Bilgisayar) beta bölge kimliği
beta site id
(Bilgisayar) beta bölgesi kimliği
beta transformation
(Nükleer Bilimler) beta dönüşümü
beta version
(b version) beta surumu, ikincil surum
beta versiyon
piyasaya test etmek amaçlı çıkartılan deneme programlar
alpha beta brass
alfa beta pirinci
double beta decay
çift beta çözünmesi
dual beta decay
ikili beta çözünmesi
alpha beta brass
alfa-beta pirinci
phi beta kappa
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İngilizce - İngilizce
Betamax
A scientific caste of people in the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Average sensitivity of a security's price to overall securities market prices
The phase of development after alpha testing and before launch, in which software, while not complete, has been released to potential users for testing
A beta fish, of the genus Betta
Identifying a molecular position in an organic chemical compound
Preliminary; prerelease. Refers to an incomplete version of a product released for initial testing
A beta male

The Chinese, being the massively Special K-selected race that they are, are likely the world’s preeminent, badassiest provider betas.

A computer program in such phase; a preliminary version
Information about a route which may aid someone in climbing it
Used in marking scheme: α, β, γ or α+, α, α-, β etc
To proofread a text, especially fan fiction

I had the honor of betaing this story and as I was doing the first read through I had the odd, but lovely, experience when a story suspends the reader in its own rhythm and flow, its own reality.

Designates the second in an order of precedence
To preliminarily release computer software for initial testing prior to final release
A beta particle or beta ray
The name of the second letter of the Greek alphabet (Β, β), preceded by alpha (Α, α) and followed by gamma, (Γ, γ). In modern Greek it represents the voiced labiodental fricative sound of v found in the English words have and vase
{i} second letter of the Greek alphabet
the 2nd letter of the Greek alphabet beets preliminary or testing stage of a software or hardware product; "a beta version"; "beta software" second in order of importance; "the candidate, considered a beta male, was perceived to be unable to lead his party to victory
{i} (Informal) beta test, final testing period for new computer software before it is released on the market; beta group, group of users who test a program before general distribution
A statistical coefficient that gives an approximate measure of a stock's price volatility relative to the market (usually the S&P 500) A security's beta compares its price performance to fluctuations in the market in which the market is assigned a neutral beta of 1 0 Securities with betas below 1 are less volatile than the market as a whole Securities with betas above 1 are considered more volatile A security with a beta factor of 2 0 is about twice as volatile as the market and would have gone up or down twice as much as the market Conversely, a security with a beta factor of 0 5 bears half of the risk of the market (S&P 500)
See B, and cf
This measures the volatility of a share of stock A high beta stock, for example, will rise more in value than the stock market average on a day when shares in general are rising And it will fall more sharply than the average on a day when shares are falling The S&P 500 Index of stocks, an index that represents large-company stocks, has a beta of 1
second in order of importance; "the candidate, considered a beta male, was perceived to be unable to lead his party to victory
indicates the volatility of a stock's price relative to the general stock market A beta greater than 1 indicates higher price volatility relative to the S&P 500 Index The Beta is calculated using 60 month-end observations, which are plotted against the S&P 500 Index
etymology of Alphabet
A measure of a fund's risk, or volatility, compared to the market which is represented as 1 0 A fund with a beta of 1 20 is 20% more volatile than the market, while a fund with a beta of 0 80 would be 20% less volatile than the market
the 2nd letter of the Greek alphabet beets preliminary or testing stage of a software or hardware product; "a beta version"; "beta software"
A preliminary version of a computer program which, while not complete, has been released to potential users for testing
A measure of a security's volatility in relation to the equity market as measured by the market index relative to each security's investment category This statistic reflects only the market-related portion of a security's risk, and so is a narrower measure than standard deviation, which reflects total risk (market related and unique ) In general, the volatility of the relative market index is considered to be 1 00, so beta of 1 50 would indicate a volatility level 50% greater than that of the market Since this statistic is relative to the market, betas for securities with little or no correlation to the market are less significant Consider the R-Squared as a measure of more significance of this statistic
second in order of importance; "the candidate, considered a beta male, was perceived to be unable to lead his party to victory"
A statistical measure of a stock's volatility compared with the overall market A beta of less than 1 indicates lower risk than the market; a beta of more than 1 indicates higher risk than the market (See volatility)
Measures the volatility of a share of stock A beta higher than one is more volatile; a beta lower than one is less volatile The S&P 500 index beta is one
Beta is the measure of a fund's volatility relative to the market (Almost all fund managers correlate themselves to the S&P 500) A beta of greater than 1 0 indicates that the fund is more volatile than the market, and less than 1 0 is less volatile than the market For example, if the market rises 1% and a fund has a beta greater than 2 5, the fund will rise, on average, 2 5% For a fund with a beta of 0 4, if the market rises 1%, the fund will rise on average, 0 4% The relationship is the same in a falling market (Please note that funds can have a negative beta, meaning that on average they rise when the market falls and vice versa) To view the formula for Beta, please download the word document
A statistical measure of a security's or portfolio's volatility (price fluctuations) relative to the market as a whole (The beta of the overall market is defined as 1, and is represented by the S & P 500® Index over the last 36 months) A security with a beta of 1 indicates its price moves exactly with the overall market A beta greater than 1 is more volatile than the overall market, while a beta less than 1 indicates that the security's price is more stable than the market (in general and over a long time period)
beets
The beta of a fund represents its market sensitivity, relative to a given market index and time period The S&P 500 Index is commonly used as a market index for such calculations Beta is a statistical estimate of the average change in an investmnet's rate of return that corresponds to a one percent change in the market over the time period selected A beta value of 0 0 indicates that the investment is independent of the market T-bills are often used as examples of 0 0 beta investments A value of 0 5 indicates that the fund is half as volatile or sensitive as the average for the market A value of 1 0 indicates that the investment has the same volatility or response as the market, as defined by a market index, such as the S&P 500 Index A value of 2 0 indicates that it is expected to be twice as risky or sensitive as the market Beta is based on historical performance of the trailing 36 months and do not indicate future results Source: Russell
the second letter of the Greek alphabet, βor B. beta decay beta blocker beta adrenergic blocking agent Phi Beta Kappa
preliminary or testing stage of a software or hardware product; "a beta version"; "beta software"
A measure of the volatility of a stock relative to the overall market A beta of less than one indicates lower risk than the market; a beta of more than one indicates higher risk than the market Nasdaq com uses the S&P 500 as the underlying index to measure the overall market for beta
A measure of risk commonly used to compare the volatility of mutual funds or stocks to the overall market The S&P 500 Index is the base for calculating beta and carries a value of 1 Securities with betas below 1 are less risky than the market as a whole Betas above 1 are more risky A beta of 1 3 is 30% more volatile than the S&P 500 Betas with negative values are inversely related to the S&P 500
Analyzes the market risk of a fund by showing how responsive the fund is to the market The beta of the market is 1 00 Accordingly, a fund with a 1 10 beta is expected to perform 10% better than the market in up markets and 10% worse in down markets Usually the higher betas represent riskier investments
A statistical measure that shows a fund's volatility relative to the benchmark index over the last 36 months By definition, the beta of the S & P 500 is 1 0 A fund with a beta of 1 10 tends to perform 10% better than the market in up markets and 10% worse in down markets Usually, higher betas represent riskier investments For funds that are not broadly diversified, a low beta may only indicate that the fund's volatility relative to the market is low, not that the fund has low risk
Proofread a text, especially fanfiction
A measure of an investment's volatility relative to a chosen benchmark For stocks or stock funds, the benchmark is usually the S&P 500 For bonds or bond funds, it is Treasury bills The beta of the benchmark is always 1 00 So a stock fund with a beta of 1 00 has experienced up and down movements of roughly the same magnitude as the S&P 500 Meanwhile, a fund with a beta of 1 25 is expected to do 25% better than the S&P in an up market and 25% worse in a down market Generally speaking, the higher the beta, the more risky the investment But without a high R-squared, a beta statistic can be meaningless R-squared determines how much an investment's return is correlated to its benchmark Also, see alpha BACK TO TOP
Indicates the return volatility of the fund's holdings relative to the general stock market over the past 5 years A beta of greater than 1 indicates higher return volatility than the market, while a beta of less than 1 indicates lower return volatility than the market
A measure of how a stock's movement correlates to the movement of the entire stock market The Beta is not the same as volatility See also Standard Deviation and Volatility
The beta coefficient is a means of measuring the volatility of a stock or stock portfolio in comparison with the market as a whole A beta of 1 0 indicates that the price of the stock portfolio will move with the market A beta higher than 1 0 indicates that the price movement will be more volatile than the market A beta of less than 1 0 indicates that the price movement will be less volatile than the market
Preliminary, prerelease; refers to an incomplete version of a product released for initial testing
Ratio of a stocks volatility to overall market volatility. So for instance a beta of 0.5 means the stock moves 4% when the market moves 8%
A statistical measure of the systemic risk of a particular share (e g CBA) It reflects the historical movement in the stock's share price viz a viz that of a broad market indicator, such as the S&P/All Ordinaries index For example, a smaller company with a beta of 1 3 indicates that it is expected to perform 30% better than the market when it rises, and 30% worse when it falls
A measure of the magnitude of a portfolio's past share-price fluctuations in relation to the ups and downs of the overall market (or appropriate market index) The market (or index) is assigned a beta of 1 00, so a portfolio with a beta of 1 20 would have seen its share price rise or fall by 12% when the overall market rose or fell by 10%
Measurement of the historical volatility of a stock, portfolio or mutual fund relative to the general market as measured by the S&P 500 stock index A beta value greater than 1 0 represents greater volatility than the general market; less than 1 0 represents less volatility than the general market
A measure of the variability of rate of return or value of a stock or portfolio compared to that of the overall market
Beta is a measure of a company's common stock price volatility relative to the market Here, beta is the slope of the 60 month regression line of the percentage price change of the stock relative to the percentage price change of the S&P 500 Beta values are not calculated if less than 24 months of pricing is available
The second letter of the Greek alphabet, B, &beta
the 2nd letter of the Greek alphabet
Beta Canis Majoris
The second brightest star in the constellation of Canis Major
Beta Centauri
A blue giant star about 500 light years away that is the second brightest star in the constellation of Centaurus
Beta Lyrae
a binary star system approximately 882 light-years away in the constellation Lyra
beta blocker
A blocking agent, one of a class of drugs used to treat hypertension and control the rate at which the heart beats
beta blockers
plural form of beta blocker
beta carbon nitride
a theoretical binary compound of carbon and nitrogen, C3N4, that is thought would have properties similar to diamond or boron nitride
beta carbon nitrides
plural form of beta carbon nitride
beta decay
A nuclear reaction in which a beta particle (electron or positron) is emitted
beta emitter
A radioactive substance emitting beta particles
beta emitters
plural form of beta emitter
beta error
type II error
beta errors
plural form of beta error
beta particle
An energetic electron or positron produced as the result of a nuclear reaction or nuclear decay
beta particles
plural form of beta particle
beta radiation
The radiation of beta particles as a result of radioactive decay
beta reader
A person proofreading another person's text before the latter makes it available to the general public
beta readers
plural form of beta reader
beta reduce
To syntactically replace a function call by the result of calling that function

The term (\lambda x.\, x)\,y can beta reduce to y\!.

beta reduced
Simple past tense and past participle of beta reduce
beta reduces
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of beta reduce
beta reducing
Present participle of beta reduce
beta reduction
The act of beta reducing, an instance of replacing a function call by the result of calling a function
beta reductions
plural form of beta reduction
beta version
A development status given to a program or application that contains most of the major features, but is not yet complete. Sometimes these versions are released only to a select group of people, or to the general public. The testers are usually expected to report any bugs they encounter or any changes they'd like to see before the final release. This is the second major stage of development following the alpha version, and comes before the release candidate
beta wave
An electrical signal produced by the brain while the subject mentally active
beta-amino acid
Any amino acid that has the amino and carboxylic functional groups attached to adjacent carbon atoms; beta-alanine is the only one that occurs in nature, but not in peptides or proteins
beta-amino acids
plural form of beta-amino acid
beta-beam
A beam of beta particles, electron neutrinos or of radioactive ions
beta-lactam
A lactam having a four-membered ring structure; a structural element of many antibiotics such as penicillin
beta-lactamase
An enzyme produced by certain bacteria, responsible for their resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics such as penicillin
beta-peptide
Any artificial peptide made from beta-amino acids; used in some antibiotics in an attempt to counter resistance
beta-sitosterol
A phytosterol found in many plant sources; it is used to reduce blood cholesterol
beta coefficient
(İstatistik) Beta weight or beta coefficient is a moment ratio, especially one used to describe skewness and kurtosis
beta fish
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) See: betta
beta weight
(İstatistik) Beta weight or beta coefficient is a moment ratio, especially one used to describe skewness and kurtosis
Beta Gamma Sigma
{i} honor society founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1913 honoring business students and scholars
Beta state
This is a state of brain activity characterized by 14 to 27 cycles per second- wherein the person is wide-awake and fully conscious
beta -blocker
in full beta-adrenergic blocking agent Any of a class of synthetic drugs used to treat a wide range of diseases and conditions of the sympathetic nervous system (see autonomic nervous system). Stimulation by epinephrine of beta-adrenergic receptors, which are predominately found in the heart but are also present in vascular and other smooth muscle, results in excitation of the sympathetic nervous system. By preventing that excitation, beta-blockers are useful in controlling anxiety, hypertension, and a variety of heart conditions (see heart disease). They reduce the risk of a second heart attack
beta blocker
any of various drugs used in treating hypertension or arrhythmia; decreases force and rate of heart contractions by blocking beta-adrenergic receptors of the autonomic nervous system
beta blocker
A drug that slows heart rate, lowers blood pressure, controls angina and protects patients with prior heart attacks from future heart attacks
beta blocker
Drugs that block the action of certain hormones on the heart Beta blockers reduce the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction, thereby reducing the oxygen demand of heart muscles
beta blocker
a medication that limits the activity of epinephrine (a hormone that increases blood pressure)
beta blocker
a drug that blocks the effect of catecholamines, producing a decrease in heart rate and oxygen demand in the myocardium
beta blocker
A beta blocker is a drug which is used to treat people who have high blood pressure or heart problems
beta blocker
An antihypertensive drug that limits the activity of epinephrine, a hormone that increases blood pressure
beta blocker
an antihypertensive medication that limits the activity of epinephrine (hormone that increases blood pressure)
beta blocker
an antihypertensive medication that limits the activity of epinephrine (a hormone that increases blood pressure)
beta carotene
a source of vitamin A When ingested, the body can easily control it's conversion to vitamin A according to need
beta carotene
a substance found in food that is changed to vitamin A in the body
beta carotene
a fat-soluble pigment the body uses to make Vitamin A; it can also meet daily requirements for Vitamin A without the accompanying toxic changes caused by large doses of Vitamin A Beta carotene, the most abundant of several forms of carotene (also alpha- and gamma-), enhances immunity and acts as an antioxidant Relatively non-toxic, though some research suggests that combining it with high amounts of alcohol may result in liver damage Current research focuses on beta carotene and cancer Food products containing large amounts of Vitamin A should indicate whether the Vitamin A activity is from Vitamin A or beta-carotene Vitamin A activity is expressed as retinol equivalents (RE); one RE equals 6 g of beta-carotene
beta carotene
The precursor of vitamin A Supplementation with beta-carotene may improve reproductive performance, although it is generally considered to be economically infeasible
beta carotene
a reddish-orange antioxidant pigment found in dark yellow or orange fruits and vegetables Beta carotene is a precursor of Vitamin A that is stored in the liver and converted as needed
beta carotene
(Vitamin A) - Cell differentiation, bone growth, immunity, tooth development, reproduction, healthy skin, hair, mucous membranes and vision A fat-soluble vitamin needed for the normal functioning of the eyes It also helps the body resist infection, keeps skin cells moist, and is important in the functioning of the nervous, reproductive and respiratory systems The best natural sources are liver-especially fish liver and fish-liver oils-whole milk, cheese and eggs Vitamin A does not exist in plants However, leafy green and yellow vegetables and yellow fruits contain a pigment called carotene, which the liver can convert into Vitamin A Among the best sources of carotene are dandelion and turnip greens, carrots, collards, cantaloupe, sweet potatoes and apricots
beta carotene
antioxidant isomeric form of carotene found in dark green and dark yellow vegetables and fruits
beta cell
a cell that produces insulin in the isles of Langerhans in the pancreas
beta centauri
the second brightest star in Centaurus
beta crucis
the second brightest star in the Southern Cross
beta decay
The emission of electrons or positrons (particles identical to electrons, but with a positive electrical charge) from the nucleus of an element in the process of radioactive decay of the element
beta decay
A nuclear reaction in which beta particles (electrons or positrons) are absorbed by or emitted from the nucleus of an atom
beta decay
The process of radioactive decay in which a neutron loses a beta particle, which is physically identical to an electron This increases the atomic number of the atom by one by turning the neutron into a proton The atom's atomic mass number stays the same because the total number of protons and neutrons remain the same The most common form of radioactive decay
beta decay
The radioactive decay of a nucleus via the reaction n -> p + e- + or p -> n + e+ + n; so called because an electron or antielectron is also known as a beta particle
beta decay
the breakdown of a neutron into a proton, which remains in the nucleus, and an electron, which is emitted as a beta particle
beta decay
radioactive decay of an atomic nucleus that is accompanied by the emission of a beta particle
beta decay
The decay of a parent nucleus into a daughter nucleus by the emission of a beta particle when one of the neutrons in the nucleus transforms into a proton The atomic weight of the nucleus remains the same, but the atomic number increases by one
beta decay
The radioactive decay of an atomic nucleus accompanied by emission of a beta particle. Any of three processes of radioactive disintegration in which a beta particle is spontaneously emitted by an unstable atomic nucleus in order to dissipate excess energy. Beta particles are either electrons or positrons. The three beta-decay processes are electron emission, positron emission, and electron capture. The process of beta decay increases or decreases the positive charge of the original nucleus by one unit without changing the mass number. Though beta decay is in general a slower process than gamma or alpha decay, beta particles can penetrate hundreds of times farther than alpha particles. Beta decay half-lives are a few milliseconds or more. See also radioactivity
beta decay
The decay process where an isotope emits an electron (called a beta particle), converting one neutron into a proton to conserve electrical charge This causes the isotope to become a different element, for example, the beta decay of tritium 3H, with one proton and two neutrons, produces helium 3He, with two protons and one neutron
beta decay
radioactive decay by conversion of a neutron into a proton, leaving the atomic mass number the same while increasing the atomic number, e g decay of carbon-14 (6 protons, 8 neutrons) to nitrogen-14 (7 of each) An electron is emitted (as is a neutrino) Conversion of a proton to a neutron, with emission of a positron, is also called beta decay, but such conversions more usually occur by the capture of an electron (which is indeed called electron capture)
beta decay
A nuclear reaction in which beta particles (electrons, -, or positrons, +) are absorbed by or emitted from the nucleus of an atom
beta endorphin
an endorphin produced by the pituitary gland that suppresses pain
beta globulin
A type of globulin in blood plasma that in electrically charged solutions exhibits colloidal mobility between that of the alpha and gamma globulins
beta iron
an allotrope of iron that is the same as alpha iron except that it is nonmagnetic; stable between 768 and 906 degrees centigrade
beta particle
electron in a beta ray, high-speed electron or positron, electron or positron ejected from the nucleus of an atom during radioactive decay
beta particle
A high-speed electron or positron, especially one emitted in radioactive decay
beta particle
a high-speed electron or positron emitted in the decay of a radioactive isotope
beta particles
electrons or positrons ejected from an atom's nucleus during radioactive decay
beta radiation
e g emitted by tritium: a high speed electron, small in mass, moderate penetrating abilities, e g unable to penetrate more than a few millimeters of biological tissue
beta radiation
A type of nuclear radiation that is more penetrating that alpha radiation and can damage skin tissue and harm internal organs
beta radiation
Radiation emitting beta particles Biosphere The part of the earth crust and the atmosphere where living organisms can develop and live
beta radiation
High-energy electrons (beta particles) emitted from certain radioactive material Can pass through 1 to 2 centimeters of water or human flesh and can be shielded by a thin sheet of aluminum Beta particles are more deeply penetrating than alpha particles but, because of their smaller size, cause less localized damage
beta radiation
Radiation consisting of beta particles
beta radiation
Emission of negatively charged particles (electrons) from the nucleus of an atom
beta radiation
Though Beta particles have a greater penetration in any absorber than alpha particles, they can still be stopped by thin absorbing materials, e g : 1 inch of wood, or, 1/4 inch of Lucite However, bremsstrahlung must be considered in shielding beta radiation: the higher the atomic number (Z) of the absorber, the greater the percentage of bremsstrahlung Combination shields are effective, e g : for transport containers; a low-Z absorber can be used to stop the betas, followed by a high-Z absorber to attenuate the bremsstrahlung
beta radiation
radiation of beta particles during radioactive decay
beta radiation
An electron (or a particle of equal weight to an electron but with a positive electrical charge) that is emitted from a radionuclide It is less damaging than the same dose of alpha radiation but more penetrating Beta radiation can be stopped by a thin sheet of metal or plastic
beta ray
stream of beta particles (electrons or positrons ejected from an atom's nucleus during radioactive decay)
beta ray
A stream of beta particles, especially of electrons
beta rays
They consist of negatively charged particles or electrons, apparently the same in kind as those of the cathode rays, but having much higher velocities (about 35,000 to 180,000 miles per second)
beta rays
Penetrating rays readily deflected by a magnetic or electric field, emitted by radioactive substances, as radium
beta receptor
receptors postulated to exist on nerve cell membranes of the sympathetic nervous system in order to explain the specificity of certain agents that affect only some sympathetic activities (such as vasodilation and increased heart beat)
beta release
early version of a program used for testing before releasing the program on the market
beta rhythm
the normal brainwave in the encephalogram of a person who is awake and alert; occurs with a frequency between 12 and 30 hertz
beta site
location in which a beta version of a program is tested
beta software
early version of a program used for testing before releasing the program on the market
beta software
pre-release software that has received an alpha test but still has more bugs than a regular release; "beta software is usually available only to particular users who will test it
beta structure
A type of secondary structure of proteins in which several parallel polypeptide chains are cross-linked by intermolecular hydrogen bonds, resulting in a flexible, strong arrangement. Also called pleated sheet
beta test
(computer science) a second test of an experimental product (such as computer software) carried out by an outside organization
beta test
(Ticaret) A software version released to a limited population of users for functionality and bug test evaluation before the final release to the general user base
beta test
a test of software in which it is given to customers to use, so that any problems will be found alpha test
beta test
test in which a program is examined before being released on the market
beta version
A version of a piece of software that is available to select users for test use before the actual release of the software to the public Beta versions are often available for download from World Wide Web sites, but often still have "bugs" to be worked out
beta version
software people make / design and send out through the internet to have people use and comment on
beta version
A beta version is a not-quite-ready-to-be-released software or Web page, but one that the programmer/author would dearly love some user commentary on
beta version
A test-release version of a program which has been fairly well debugged and tested (compared to the alpha version), but is not yet considered complete, because of missing features, and so on
beta version
A version of hardware or software that is still under development Beta software is often made available to internet users other than testers Users can download it for little or no cost
beta version
a version of a new or improved product (especially software), released for testing or trial purposes before the finished product is ready for wide release to the public
beta version
A pre-release version of a program, which is still getting the bugs worked out
beta version
A beta version is a trial version or a version of a game that is in the making and hasn't has all the bugs fixed and still may experience some problems
beta version
The version of a software product used in a beta test. software that is being tested by people who will use it, to see if it works properly alpha version
beta version
a new software system that is in the final stages of design and development and is ready for testing bu developers and beta teams Beta systems are not ready for commercial distribution and use
beta version
version of a software product used in a beta test
beta version
The name for the last stages of development for a computer program before it is ready to be sold to the public In this stage, the program is released to a select group of users for testing
beta version
in the development of hardware and software, a version of a product released to a group of testers   Beta software often is available on the Internet, where users can download it for little to no charge   Developers want users to report any problems so they can fix the problems before they release the product to the general marketplace   Beta software usually has most of the capabilities of a final release, unlike rougher alpha versions, but it often has a set of known bugs the make it unsuitable for a professional setting
beta vulgaris
biennial Eurasian plant usually having a swollen edible root; widely cultivated as a food crop
beta wave
The second most common waveform occurring in electroencephalograms of the adult brain, characteristically having a frequency from 13 to 30 cycles per second. It is associated with an alert waking state but can also occur as a sign of anxiety or apprehension. Also called beta rhythm
beta-blocker
(Medicine) drug that blocks stress hormones by hindering the activity of beta receptors in the body (used to treat hypertension, angina, and other heart conditions)
beta-blocker
a drug used to help prevent heart attacks
beta-carotene
The carotenoid in tomatoes with the most vitamin A activity It also has ANTIOXIDANT activity Once thought to be a major player in cancer prevention, recent scientific studies show less encouraging results, possibly because beta-carotene was studied alone rather than in association with other vitamins and antioxidants
beta-carotene
A phytonutrient carotenoid with antioxidant and provitamin A activity In addition to providing the body with a safe source of Vitamin A, beta carotene works with other natural protectors to defend your cells from harmful free radical damage This is an important micrinutrient in helping the body with metabolic functions, such as recovery from exercise
beta-carotene
- A type of carotene (see carotenoids) that is a pre-cursor to Vitamin A Beta-carotene has been the most studied of all the carotenes and is known for its antioxidant protective benefits Beta-carotene is a flavonoid that gives apricots, carrots, peaches and sweet potatoes their color
beta-carotene
an isomer of carotene that is found in dark green and dark yellow fruits and vegetables
beta-carotene
the most potent carotenoid; contributes the bright orange in carrots and other orange fruits and vegetables
beta-carotene
A substance from which vitamin A is formed; a precursor of vitamin A
beta-carotene
A nontoxic plant derivative of vitamin A that the body converts to vitamin A and which, as an antioxidant, is widely accepted as a cancer preventive Rich sources are yellow and orange fruits, vegetables such as papaya and carrot, and green leafy vegetables
beta-hydroxybutyric acid
beta derivative of hydroxybutyric acid that is found in the blood and urine in some cases of impaired metabolism
beta-interferon
a form of interferon that is produced by fibroblasts and have antiviral effects; used in the treatment of multiple sclerosis
beta-lipoprotein
{i} low-density lipoprotein, LDL, lipoprotein that carries cholesterol in the blood
beta-naphthol
an isomer of naphthol used in rubber as an antioxidant
alpha-beta pruning
An algorithm for pruning a search tree by eliminating any branch that is demonstrably inferior to a branch previously encountered
closed beta
A testing arrangement in which a beta test version of software is distributed to a small group of testers
open beta
Something that is in its beta stage, or being tested
Phi Beta Kappa
an American society for university and college students who have done well in their studies (From the first letters of its motto philosophia biou kybernetes ). Leading academic honour society in the U.S., which draws its membership from college and university students. The oldest Greek-letter society in the U.S., it was founded in 1776 as a secret literary and philosophical society at the College of William and Mary. It became an honour society in the 19th century. Membership is now based on general scholarship, and new members are usually elected by Phi Beta Kappa faculty
alpha-beta brass
a brass that has more zinc and is stronger than alpha brass; used in making castings and hot-worked products
betas
plural of , beta
betas
third-person singular of beta
Türkçe - İngilizce
beta
beta parçacığı
beta particle
beta pirinci
beta brass
beta çözünmesi
beta decay
beta ışınları
beta rays
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