benchmark

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To measure the performance of (an item) relative to another similar item in an impartial scientific manner
A surveyor's mark made on some stationary object and shown on a map; used as a reference point
A standard by which something is evaluated or measured
An unmanaged group of securities whose overall performance is used as a standard to measure investment performance
A standard used for comparison For example, the performance of some index mutual funds is compared to the performance of the S&P 500 (R) Index which serves as a benchmark
A repeatable test you use to judge the performance of your network It attempts to quantify hardware or software performance---usually in terms of speed, reliability, or accuracy One of the majore problems in determining performance is deciding which of the many benchmarks available actually reflects how you plan to use the system For best results, you should evaluate performance using the same mix of applications and system commands that you expect to use in your day-to-day work So in short, The best benchmarks are the ones that closely duplicate the type of work you routinely do on your network
Test of performance of a computer or peripheral device While benchmarks can offer seemingly objective tests of performance, the best test is to use the computer or peripheral with the applications and files you will actually be using
(n ) A quantitative measure of performance for a computing system The measure may be in terms of computational performance, which is often rated in FLOPS, or in terms of memory speed, or communications bandwidth or some more application-oriented measure such as LIPS or OLTPS A collection of benchmark results for many computer systems is available on line from the National Software Exchange
a standard by which something can be measured or judged; "his painting sets the benchmark of quality"
Reference point or standard against which performance or achievements can be compared A benchmark might refer to what has been achieved in the past, by other comparable organisations, or what could reasonably have been achieved under the circumstances
1 A written statement that describes the specific developmental components by various grade levels (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12) that students should know or be able to do in order to achieve a standard 2 A criteria by which something can be measured or judged
The performance of a predetermined set of securities used for comparison purposes Such sets may be based on published indexes or may be customized to suit an investment strategy
For a particular indicator or performance goal, the industry (healthcare or non-healthcare) measure of best performance The benchmarking process identifies the best performance in the industry for a particular process or outcome, determines how that performance is achieved, and applies the lessons learned to improve performance elsewhere
A measurement or standard that serves as a point of reference by which process performance is measured
A permanent point whose known elevation is tied to a national network These points are created to serve as a point of reference Benchmarks have generally been established by the USGS, but may have been established by other Federal or local agencies Benchmarks can be found on USGS maps
A benchmark is sustained superior performance by a medical care provider, which can be used as a reference to raise the mainstream of care for Medicare beneficiaries The relative definition of superior will vary form situation to situation In many instances an appropriate benchmark would be a provider that appears in the top 10% of all providers for more than a year
a surveyor's mark on a permanent object of predetermined position and elevation used as a reference point a standard by which something can be measured or judged; "his painting sets the benchmark of quality
A benchmark is something whose quality or quantity is known and which can therefore be used as a standard with which other things can be compared. The truck industry is a benchmark for the economy. = yardstick. something that is used as a standard by which other things can be judged or measured. to use a company's good performance as a standard by which to judge the performance of other companies of the same type benchmark sb/sth against sth
{i} criterion, measure; evaluation of computer performance (Computers); point of reference for comparison (especially a mark for measuring the level of a body of water against a standing structure, such as a bridge, etc.)
A description or example of candidate or institutional performance that serves as a standard of comparison for evaluation or judging quality
A standardized program (or suite of programs) that is run to measure the performance of one computer against the performance of other computers running the same program
A benchmark is a standard for comparison In investment management, a benchmark is usually an index (see below) chosen because it is composed of stocks or bonds which have characteristics that are related and reflect a particular investment strategy or approach
The performance of a predetermined set of securities, for comparison purposes Such sets may be based on published indexes or may be customized to suit an investment strategy
Statement that provides a description of student knowledge expected at specific grades, ages, or developmental levels Benchmarks often are used in conjunction with standards (See standards )
n 1 A quantifiable, reproducible measurement of computer system operation 2 Marketing A way to make your product look better, usually by way of unfair comparison For example, comparing 350mg aspirin to 500mg, or application performance on Intel Win/NT versus on PowerPC Win/NT, but running in Intel emulation mode, etc
An index or bellwether measure used by market players as a yardstick to compare performance of securities
A measurement or standard that serves as a point of reference by which process performance is measured [GAO] Benchmarking is a structured approach for identifying the best practices from industry and government, and comparing and adapting them to the organization's operations Such an approach is aimed at identifying more efficient and effective processes for achieving intended results, and suggesting ambitious goals for program output, product/service quality, and process improvement [GAO]
The performance of a predetermined set of securities, used for comparison purposes Such sets may be based on published indexes or may be customized to suit an investment strategy
{f} measure (such as the product of a competitor) according to indicated standards as to compare it with and improve own product
A detailed description of a specific level of student performance expected of students at particular ages, grades, or development levels Benchmarks are often represented by samples of student work A set of benchmarks can be used as "checkpoints" to monitor progress toward meeting performance goals within and across grade levels, i e , benchmarks for expected mathematics capabilities at grades three, seven, ten, and graduation
To measure the performance of an item relative to another similar item in an impartial scientific manner
a surveyor's mark on a permanent object of predetermined position and elevation used as a reference point
The performance of a predetermined set of securities, used for comparison purposes (e g the S&P 500 Index for the overall stock market) Mutual fund returns are compared to specific benchmarks to help investors evaluate their performance
a surveyors mark made on some stationary object and shown on a map; used as a reference point
benchmark bond
The most recently issued and most liquid government bond
benchmark bond
A bond which the performance of others can be compared against Government bonds are almost always used as benchmark bonds More specifically, the benchmark is the latest issue within the given maturity, consideration is also given to liquidity, issue size and coupon
benchmark program
computer program against which other programs are measured
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This describes the process of testing the performance of computer equipment Having carried out a series of benchmark tests, the results can be compared against similar items in order to make the best selection
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Benchmarks are points at which to check-up on progress of students by looking at the knowledge and skills that students must have in different subjects at each grade level
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As used in business process redesign, data about process measures obtained for specific types of processes Many companies seek benchmark data on processes they seek to redesign in order to determine how well other companies manage the process
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In the context of IMF programs, a point of reference against which progress may be monitored Benchmarks are not necessarily quantitative and frequently relate to structural variables and policies In Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility (ESAF) Arrangements, some benchmarks are designated as semiannual performance criteria and are required to be observed in order to qualify for phased (semiannual) borrowings [TOP]
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Descriptions of student performances at various developmental levels that contribute to the achievement of performance standards
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are statements of what all students should know and be able to do in a content area by the end of grade levels 4,8, and 12 (NMSDE)
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During the feasibility study, benchmarks should be set to determine the technical standards to which the material should be digitised Quality Assurance procedures should measure the digitised images against these benchmarks
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A set of conditions or criteria against which a product or system is measured
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- An example of work or performance at a certain level of quality
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An example of student work at a certain level of quality For example, a benchmark for excellent persuasive writing at the 10th grade level is used by students, teachers, parents, and others to identify the goal of excellence for those students (See performance standards )
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The steps that must be accomplished in order to achieve a pre-determined result, including accountable position and due-date
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describes the amount of progress a child is expected to make within specific segments of the year
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are important competitive features that form the bases of comparison and exist either inside or outside one's own organization, or in other industries
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third-person singular of benchmark
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plural of , benchmark
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Long-range measurable goals that speak to changing conditions See also Performance Measures, Quality Assurance, Key Indicators, Outcome Measures
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examples of performances that serve as a standard against which other papers or performances may be judged
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Established productivity and quality standards based on historic performance on same or similar tasks
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are samples of student work or descriptions of student performance at a certain level of quality to measure whether students are achieving content standards
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A basis on which comparisons of achievement, organization, and processes at various levels (within a system, similar group, or nation) are made
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Identification of the knowledge, level of comprehension, and skills that students should possess at developmentally appropriate levels
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Predetermined measures of success or achievement with respect to a particular outcome indicator For example a benchmark of a government program to alleviate poverty might be to reduce the percentage of those families earning below the poverty line to under 10% The success or failure of the program should be measured in terms of this standard
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Are major milestones which specify skill or performance levels a student needs to accomplish toward reaching his or her annual goal
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Standard circuits or tests that can be used to compare the performance of software programs or tools Each program or tool is applied to the benchmark circuit and the results compared (SM*)
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Permanent points whose elevation above mean sea level has been carefully determined
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a series of three levels: Currently Accepted Practice (CAP),FORESTCARE (FC), and Alberta State of the Art (ASA) that are used to report the member's level of performance on a specific audit element
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A benchmark (BM) is permanent marker (usually a bronze disk) at a point of determined location (elevation and possibly horizontal coordinates) In a less formal sense, it is a point of fixed location (such as a mark on a bridge abutment, a foundation, or a rock face) It can be used as a reference point for surveys in its locality Descriptions of benchmark locations and their elevations are published by government agencies Compare with Temporary Benchmark
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