standardization

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Englisch - Türkisch
standardizasyon
ayarlama
standartlaştırma
Ölçünleme
{i} titrasyon [kim.]
(Askeri) STANDARDİZASYON: ABD Savunma Bakanlığı'nın araştırma ve geliştirme ve istihsal kaynaklarından en verimli şekilde faydalanmak için Kuvvet Komutanları ile Savunma Makamları arasında, mümkün olan en sıkı işbirliğini meydana getirdiği ve, a. Müşterek veya birleşik harekat, idari ve lojistik usullerin, b. Müşterek veya birleşik teknik usullerle kıstasların, c. Müşterek, birleşik veya birbirleriyle değiştirilebilir durumdaki ikmal maddeleri, ana parçalarla silah veya teçhizatın, d. İlgili teşkilat uygunluğu ile birlikte müşterek veya birleşik taktik doktrinin kullanılmasını, mümkün olan en geniş anlamda benimsemeyi kabul ettiği işlem
(Tıp) Ayarlama, üretilen veya yapılan herhangi bir maddeyi standart ile karşılaştırarak onun miktar ve niteliklerine göre ayarlama, standardizasyon (İlacın standardizasyonu gibi)
(Askeri) (NATO) STANDARDİZASYON: İşletme, idare ve malzeme sahalarında değiştirilebilirliğin, bağdaşıklığın, uygunluğun ve müşterekliğin er yetkili seviyelerine ulaşmak ve kalmak için NATO bünyesinde konseptler, doktrinler, kaideler ve dizaynlar geliştirilmesi
{i} tek tip yapma
(Askeri) (AGREEMENT) NATO STANDARDİZASYON ANLAŞMASI: Aynı veya benzeri askeri teçhizat, mühimmat, ikmal maddeleri, yiyecek maddeleri ile harekat lojistik ve idari usullerin kabulü için birkaç veya bütün üye milletler arasında varılan anlaşma. Askeri Standardizasyon Dairesi tarafından yayınlanmış bir NATO müttefik yayının milletlerce kabul edilmiş şekli bir standardizasyon Anlaşması mahiyeti kazanır. (STANAG)
standart
titrasyon
standardization document improvement proposal
standartlaştırma döküman geliştirme önerisi
standardization document improvement pro
standartlaştırma doküman geliştirme öner
standardization agreement (NATO)
(Askeri) standardizasyon anlaşması
standardization agreement.
(Askeri) (ABD SAVUNMA KURULU) Aynı veya benzeri askeri teçhizat, mühimmat, ikmal ve yiyecek maddeleri ile lojistik, harekat ve idari usullerin kabulü için birkaç veya bütün üye milletler arasında varılan bir anlaşma
standardization committee
standardizasyon komitesi
standardization requirement
(Askeri) standardizasyon ihtiyacı
standardize
standart hale getir
font standardization
font standardizasyon
signal standardization
işaret standartlaştırma
standardize
Ölçünlemek
Air Standardization Coordinating Committee; Army service component command
(Askeri) Hava Standartizasyon Koordine Komitesi; Ordu Hizmetler Bölgesi Unsuru Komutanlığı
American, British, Canadian, Australian Armies Standardization Program
(Askeri) Amerikan, İngiliz, Kanada, Avustralya KK Standardizasyon Programı
Defense Medical Standardization Board
(Askeri) Savunma Bakanlığı Sıhhi Standardizasyon Kurulu
International Organization for Standardization package
(Askeri) Uluslar Arası Standardizasyon Paketi Teşkilatı
International Organization for Standardization; isolation
(Askeri) Uluslar Arası Standardizasyon Teşkilatı; izolasyon, tecrit
Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization
(Askeri) Deniz Hava Eğitim Ve Yönetimi Töntemlerinin Standart Hale Getirilmesi
Standardize
(Tıp) Ayarlamak, standart ile kontrol etmek, herhangi bir şeyi standart ile karşılaştırarak onun miktar ve niteliklerini kazandırmak
certificate of standardization
standart kontrol belgesi
european standardization committee
(Avrupa Birliği) (CEN) Avrupa Standartlar Komitesi
international standardization organizations
(Avrupa Birliği) uluslararası standardizasyon kuruluşları
military agency for standardization
(Askeri) ASKERİ STANDARDİZASYON BÜROSU
quadripartite standardization agreement
(Askeri) Dört Taraflı (ABD, İngiltere, Kanada, Avustralya) Standartlaştırma Anlaşması
rationalization, standardization, and interoperability
(Askeri) rasyonalizasyon, standardizasyon ve karşılıklı işlerlik
standardisation
(Avrupa Birliği) standardizasyon
standardisation
i., İng., bak. standardization
standardize
normalleştirme
standardize
standardization ayarlama
standardize
{f} tek tip yapmak
standardize
standardize etmek
standardize
standartlaştır
standardize
{f} ayarlamak
standardize
standartlaştırmak
standardize
{f} titre etmek
standardize
normalleştirmek
standardize
belirli bir ölçüye uydurmak
Englisch - Englisch
The process of establishing a standard
The process of complying (or evaluate by comparing) with a standard
the condition in which a standard has been successfully established; "standardization of nuts and bolts had saved industry millions of dollars
The system of documenting and updating procedures to make sure everyone knows clearly and simply what is expected of them Essential for application of PDCA cycle
The methods used to reduce or eliminate custom, one-time and seldom-used components and processes that introduce variability and potential added costs and quality problems Standardization techniques include rationalizing product line offerings and performing cost studies to determine the true costs associated with designing, documenting, performing, etc a custom or variable process
A process in which applicable staff from the FDA and the Authority conduct evaluations using standard criteria in a uniform manner (3)
the absence of variety in a product, process, or service The extent to which all of the products are similar to each other, or the extent to which every customer receives the same service
Systematic standardization and/or determination of a possibly clear order by standards Thus efficient mass production, substitutability of homogeneous products, facilitation of purchase and sale as well as unambiguous communication - nationally and internationally - become possible Standards are accepted engineering rules and generally to be considered as recommendations They are approved solutions for frequently recurring tasks
A consistent set of procedures for designing, administering, and scoring an assessment The purpose of standardization is to ensure that all individuals are assessed under the same conditions and are not influenced by different conditions
The process by which the concentration of a reagent is determined by reaction with a known quantity of a second reagent
a process of equalizing electrode potentials in one standardizing solution (buffer) so that potentials developed in unknown solutions can be converted to pH values
Method to use like products, where logical, to reduce the number of product lines inventoried and purchased resulting in lower overall cost
is the practice of acquiring parts, components, subsystems, or systems with common design or functional characteristics to obtain economies in ownership costs
The development and implementation of concepts, doctrines, procedures and design to achieve and maintain the required levels of compatibility, interchangeability or commonality in the operational, procedural, materiel, technical and administrative field to attain interoperability The three agreed levels of Standardization are
In industry, the development and application of standards that make it possible to manufacture a large volume of interchangeable parts. Standardization may focus on engineering standards, such as properties of materials, fits and tolerances, and drafting practices; or on product standards, which detail the attributes of manufactured items and are embodied in formulas, descriptions, drawings, or models. Adoption of standards makes it easier for firms to communicate with their suppliers. Standards are also used within industries to prevent conflict and duplication of effort. Governmental departments, trade associations, and technical associations help to set standards within industries; these are coordinated and promoted by organizations such as the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Administering a test in the same way to all individuals (p 300)
A consistent set of procedures for designing, administering, and scoring an assessment The purpose of standardization is to ensure that all students are assessed under the same conditions so that their scores have the same meaning and are not influenced by differing conditions Standardized procedures are particularly important when scores are to be used to compare individuals or groups
A consistent set of procedures for designing, administering, and scoring an assessment The purpose of standardization is to assure that all students are assessed under the same conditions so that their scores have the same meaning and are not influenced by differing conditions Standardized procedures are very important when scores will be used to compare individuals or groups
the condition in which a standard has been successfully established; "standardization of nuts and bolts had saved industry millions of dollars"
Using standard and uniform components in the production process
The process of agreeing on a common specification This process can take place at different levels: (1) across an organization; (2) throughout an industry; (3) across a nation and (4) around the world
The use and enforcement of standard date formats, names, and routines
the use of consistent procedures for administering, scoring, reviewing, interpreting, and reporting the results of the teacher evaluation
{i} act of imposing a standard; act of comparing to a standard, act of checking in accordance with a standard (also standardisation)
A common linear transformation often employed to rescale data It may involve subtracting the mean from each score Such transformed scores are called deviation scores, and the transformation itself is called centering, since we are centering the mean at 0 An even more common transformation involves dividing the deviation scores by the standard deviation Such scores are called standard scores, and the process is called standardization
the imposition of standards or regulations; "a committee was appointed to recommend terminological standardization"
Raw data may be recorded at different scales, e g height in m and head circumference in mm Inevitably this can result data that have quite different ranges It is possible to remove these scale effects if data are standardised, i e forced to have the same scale There are many ways of achieving this including converting to normal scores (normally distributed with a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1) or scaling to give a minimum of 0 and a maximum of 1
A business goal of providing the same service in the same manner all over the world
the act of checking or adjusting (by comparison with a standard) the accuracy of a measuring instrument; "the thermometer needed calibration"
a JIT initiative to replace inconsistent methods with standard routines for process tasks
act of increasing the uniformity of a product or service and decreasing the extent of variation
The act of checking or adjusting by comparison with a standard
standardize
To make to conform to a standard
International Organization for Standardization
Organization for determining standards in most technical and nontechnical fields. Founded in Geneva in 1947, its membership includes more than 100 countries. An appropriate national body represents each country; for example, the U.S. member is the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Standardization affects units of measurement, alphabetization and transliteration, and specifications for parts, materials, surfaces, processes, tools, methods of testing, and machines. The ISO publishes the results of its work as "International Standards" (IS). ISO standards are optimally reviewed every five years
standardisation
{i} act of imposing a standard; act of comparing to a standard, act of checking in accordance with a standard (also standardization)
standardisation
alternative spelling of standardization
standardisation
Standardised evaluations are published for all linear type information It means that the breeding values have been divided by the standard deviation for the traits The result is that all linear traits are published with a range of ± 3 (See Variation)
standardisation
the act of checking or adjusting (by comparison with a standard) the accuracy of a measuring instrument; "the thermometer needed calibration"
standardisation
The development and implementation of concepts, doctrines, procedures and design to achieve and maintain the required levels of compatibility, interchangeability or commonality in the operational, procedural, materiel, technical and administrative field to attain interoperability
standardisation
the condition in which a standard has been successfully established; "standardization of nuts and bolts had saved industry millions of dollars"
standardisation
the imposition of standards or regulations; "a committee was appointed to recommend terminological standardization"
standardisation
a method whereby certain marks or grades are agreed to match specific guidelines
standardize
cause to conform to standard or norm; "The weights and measures were standardized"
standardize
{f} establish standards, set basic rules and protocols; compare with a standard, evaluate in accordance with a standard (also standardise)
standardize
To establish a standard consisting of regulations for how something is to be done across an organization
standardize
evaluate by comparing with a standard
standardize
To reduce to a normal standard; to calculate or adjust the strength of, by means of, and for uses in, analysis
standardize
To check for conformance with a standard
standardize
cause to conform to standard or norm; "The weights and measures were standardized" evaluate by comparing with a standard
standardize
stand·ard·ize standardizes standardizing standardized in BRIT, also use standardise To standardize things means to change them so that they all have the same features. There is a drive both to standardise components and to reduce the number of models on offer + standardization stand·ardi·za·tion the standardisation of working hours in Community countries. to make all the things of one particular type the same as each other
standardization

    Silbentrennung

    stand·ard·i·za·tion

    Türkische aussprache

    ständırdîzeyşın

    Aussprache

    /standərdəˈzāsʜən/ /stændɜrdɪˈzeɪʃən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'stan-d&r-"dIz ] (transitive verb.) 1873. standardize +‎ -ation

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