baseline

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To play from the baseline
A datum used as the basis for calculation or for comparison
A configuration of software, hardware, or a process that is established and documented as a point of reference
The line at the farthest ends of the court indicating the boundary of the area of play
A line used as the basis for the alignment of glyphs
To provide a baseline for measurement
A line that is a base for measurement or for construction
A formally approved version of the project schedule and/or budget that is used as the benchmark for comparing future progress as the project is completed A baseline cannot be changed without going through a change approval process Usually used with a modifier (e g cost baseline, schedule baseline, performance measurement baseline)
A baseline is a measurement that serves as a basis to which all following measurements are compared An example: before exercise, your heart rate is measured During exercise, your increased heart rate is measured and compared to your resting baseline measurement taken before exercise started
Back boundary line at each end of the court, parallel to the net
Projection of receipts, expenditures, and other budget amounts that would occur in the future without any change in existing policy Baseline projections are used to gauge the extent to which proposed legislation, if enacted into law, would alter current spending and revenue levels
Facts about the condition or performance of subjects prior to treatment or intervention, with data that describe the situation to be addressed by a programme or project and that serve as the starting point for measuring the performance of that programme or project Baseline study would be the analysis describing the situation prior to receiving aid, which is used to determine the results and accomplishments of an activity, and which serves as an important reference for evaluation
the lines a baseball player must follow while running the bases
1 One of the two lines that mark the lengthwise boundaries of the court 2 A loosely defined area just inside the baseline, used in phrases such as, "He drove the baseline and made a layup "
an imaginary line or standard by which things are measured or compared; "the established a baseline for the budget"
an initial or known value (e g , CD4 cell count, HIV viral load) to which later measurements can be compared
the back line bounding each end of a tennis or handball court; when serving the server must not step over this line
Facts about the condition or performance of subjects prior to treatment or intervention
In baseball, the baseline is the line that a player must not cross when running between bases
A benchmark for measuring the budgetary effects of proposed changes in federal revenues or spending Generally, the baseline is an estimate of spending, revenue, surplus or deficit, and public debt expected during a fiscal year under current laws and policy For purposes of the Deficit Control Act, the baseline is defined as the projection of current-year levels of new budget authority, outlays, revenues, and the surplus or deficit into the budget year and out-years based on laws enacted through the applicable date See revenues, direct spending, and discretionary spending [Back to top]
the vertical point of origin for all the glyphs rendered on a single line Roman scripts have a baseline on which the glyphs appear to "sit," with occasional descenders below Many Indic scripts have a "hanging" baseline, in which the bulk of the letters are placed below the baseline, with occasional ascenders above the line Some scripts, such as Chinese, use a centered baseline, where the glyphs are all positioned with their centers on the baseline
A measurement, calculation, or location used as a basis for comparison In terms of ecology, "baseline" refers to how a system functions in its natural state, or before an experiment
The baseline is the horizontal line on which the (latin, greek, cyrillic) letters sit The baseline will probably be in a different place for different scripts In Indic scripts most letters descend below the baseline In CJK scripts there is also a vertical baseline usually in the middle of the character See also X-height, Cap-height, Ascender, Descender, Overshoot
the lines a baseball player must follow while running the bases an imaginary line or standard by which things are measured or compared; "the established a baseline for the budget
A Baseline is a Configuration Identification formally designated and applicable at a specific point in an items life cycle Baselines, plus approved changes from those baselines, constitute the current configuration identification A Configuration identification document or a set of such documents formally designated by the acquirer (Customer) at a specific time during a CI life cycle Project baselines
The original plan (for a project, a work package, or an activity), plus or minus approved changes Usually used with a modifier (e g , cost baseline, schedule baseline, performance measurement baseline)
The baseline of a tennis, badminton, or basketball court is one of the lines at each end of the court that mark the limits of play. Martinez, when she served, usually stayed on the baseline
A snapshot or a position which is recorded Although the position may be updated later, the baseline remains unchanged and available as a reference of the original state and as a comparison against the current position (PRINCE2)
(Ticaret) A set of measurements that establishes the status of a system or other item as of a given date. Used to provide a common denominator and starting point for later measurements and comparisons
The baseline is an imaginary line upon which each character rests Characters that appear next to each other are (usually) lined up so that their baselines are on the same level Some characters extend below the baseline (``g'' and ``j'', for example) but most rest on it
The baseline is the measured distance between two satellite navigation receivers or antennas
A specification or product that has been formally reviewed and agreed upon, thereafter serves as the basis for further development, and can be changed only through formal change control procedures [IEEE1993b] A document or a set of such documents formally designated and fixed at a specific time during the lifecycle of a configuration item [IEEE1993b]
noun: Document(s) or databases(s) that record a set of requirements or product solutions that can be changed only by formal, documented procedures verb: To formally approve a baseline
The baseline is an imaginary alignment line upon which a glyph without a descender rests The baseline is an intrinsic property of the glyph (namely a horizontal line) Often baselines are aligned (joined) during typesetting
A baseline is a line used for reference in a survey job It is often a centerline or a street line A baseline is not necessarily straight; e g , the centerline of a street or pipeline will often curve The important aspect is that the baseline can be precisely located, then used for referencing other measurements on the job site
A text formatting term: The baseline of a text is the lowermost point of the body of the letters, not including descenders (the lower parts of letters like "g" and "j")
A specification or product that has been formally reviewed and agreed upon, that thereafter serves as the basis for further development and that can be changed only through formal change control procedures or a type of procedure such as configuration management
the time point in a study just before initiation of intervention (vaccination) when starting measurements are taken Measurements taken at later time points may be compared with those taken at baseline to study variations
The imaginary line on which the majority of the characters in a typeface rest
{i} starting line; (Printing) imaginary line on which the bottoms of letters sit (excluding the "tails" on g, y, p, q, and j); line which marks each end of the court (Tennis); area in which a runner runs from base to base on a baseball field (Baseball)
A baseline is a value or starting point on a scale with which other values can be compared. You'll need such information to use as a baseline for measuring progress
baseline survey
A survey to set baseline; a survey designed to establish initial conditions against which the effects of a finished project can be compared
very long baseline interferometry
A technique used to improve the angular resolution of a radio telescope by using multiple synchronized antennas very far apart
multiple baseline design
(Tıp, İlaç) Multiple Baseline Design is a style of research involving the careful measurement of multiple persons, traits or settings both before and after a treatment. This design is used in medical, psychological and biological research to name a few areas. It has several advantages over AB designs which only measures a single case. By gathering data from many subjects (instances), inferences can be made about the likeliness that the measured trait generalizes to a greater population. In multiple baseline designs, the experimenter starts by measuring a trait of interest, then applying a treatment before measuring that trait again. Treatment should not begin until a stable baseline has been recorded, and should not finish until measures regain stability. If a significant change occurs across all participants the experimenter may infer that the treatment is effective
baselines
plural of baseline
baseline

    Silbentrennung

    base·line

    Türkische aussprache

    beyslayn

    Aussprache

    /ˈbāsˌlīn/ /ˈbeɪsˌlaɪn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'bAs-"lIn ] (noun.) 1750. base +‎ line

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