evaluate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
değerlendirmek

Onun yeteneğini değerlendirmek zordur. - It's difficult to evaluate his ability.

Öğretmen tüm öğrencileri değerlendirmek zorunda kaldı. - The teacher had to evaluate all the students.

{f} değer biçmek
{f} ölçmek
{f} paha biçmek
değerlendirme

Öğretmen tüm öğrencileri değerlendirmek zorunda kaldı. - The teacher had to evaluate all the students.

Koç'un onun saha performansını değerlendirmek için her oyuncuyla bire bir görüşmesi vardı. - The coach had a one-on-one discussion with each player to evaluate his performance on the field.

değerlendirmeye almak
(Ticaret) değerlemek
değerlendirme yapmak
(Bilgisayar) değerbiç
değerlendirmelerde bulunmak
değerlendir

İlerlemenizi değerlendirin. - Evaluate your progress.

Deneme süresi otuz gün içinde sona ermeden önce yazılımı değerlendirebilirsin. - You may evaluate the software before the trial period expires in 30 days.

(Askeri) DEĞERLENDİRMEK, KIYMETLENDİRMEK: Elde edilen bilgi ve haberleri değerlendirmek
(Mukavele) değerini tayin etmek; değerlendirme
tartmak
takdir etmek
kıymet biçmek
(Bilgisayar) hesaplama
kıymetlendirmek
evaluation
değerlendirme

Bu mali denetim, aynı zamanda şirketin varlıklarının bir değerlendirmesini içerir. - This financial audit also includes an evaluation of the company's assets.

Değerlendirmeler önemlidir. - Evaluations are important.

evaluate s.o./s.t. on his/her/its own merits
birini/bir şeyi kendi yeteneklerine/özelliklerine göre değerlendirmek
evaluate first
(Bilgisayar) önce değerbiç
evaluate s.o./s.t. on
birini/bir şeyi kendi yeteneklerine/özelliklerine göre değerlendirmek
evaluate the cost of damage
hasar tespiti yapmak
evaluate the developments
gelişmeleri değerlendirmek
evaluate the results
sonuçları değerlendirmek
evaluation
(Tıp) evaluasyon
evaluation
(Kanun,Teknik) kıymetlendirme
evaluation
tespit
evaluation
(Ticaret) kıymet takdiri
evaluated
{f} değerlendir
evaluating
{i} değerlendirme
evaluating
{f} değerlendir
evaluation
değer tahmini
evaluation
değer biçme
evaluation
değerleme
evaluation
ölçüm
evaluation
paha biçme
evaluated
değerlendirilen
evaluating
değerlendirerek
evaluation
değerlendirmesi
evaluative
Değerlendirmeli, değerlendirmelerle geçen; seçici
evaluator
Jüri, değerlendirme yapan kişi

Two groups of evaluators were organized.

to evaluate
değerlendirmeye almak
evaluation
(Askeri) DEĞERLENDİRME: İstihbarattaki kullanımına göre bir bilginin güvenilirlik, geçerlilik, yararlılık ve doğruluk yönünden değerlendirilmesi. Değerlendirme istihbarat çarkının muhtelif aşamalarında farklı kapsamlar içinde yapılır. İstihbarat subayları ve rapor subayları tarafından yapılan ilk değerlendirmeler kaynağın geçerliliği ve doğruluğunun harekat seviyesine göre eldeki verilerle mukayese edilmesi konusunda odaklaştırılır. İstihbarat analizcileri tarafından yapılan sonraki değerlendirmeler esas olarak bilginin doğruluğunu ortaya koymaya çalışır ve dolayısıyla bilgiyi istihbarata çevirir. Bilgi veya istihbarat kalemlerinin değerlendirilmesi veya kıymetlendirilmesi standart bir harf sayı sistemiyle gösterilir. Kaynakların güvenilirliği A'dan F'ye kadar harflerle, bilginin doğruluğu 1'dan 6'ya kadar rakamlarla gösterilir. Bu, tamamen iki birbirinden bağımsız değerlendirmedir ve bu ayrı değerlendirmeler aşağıda gösterilen sisteme uygun olarak belirtilir. Örneğin, genellikle güvenilir bir kaynaktan elde edilen "muhtemelen doğru" bir istihbarat "B 2" veya "B2" olarak kıymetlendirilirken, "genellikle güvenilir bir kaynak"tan elde edilen "doğruluğuna hükmedilemeyecek" bir bilgi "B 6" veya "B6" olarak gösterilir. Kaynağın güvenilirliği: A- Tamamıyle güvenilir B- Genellikle güvenilir C- Biraz Güvenilir D- Genellikle güvenilmez E- Güvenilmez F- Güvenilirliğine hükmedilemez. Bilginin Doğruluğu: 1. Diğer kaynaklarca teyit edilmiş. 2. Muhtemelen doğru 3. Doğru olması mümkün 4. Şüpheli 5. Doğruluğu muhtemel değil 6. Doğruluğuna hükmedilemez. Ayrıca bakınız: "intelligence cycle", "operational evaluation", "technical evaluation"
evaluation
değerlendırme
evaluation
(Askeri) (INTELLIGENCE) İSTİHBARAT DEĞERLENDİRMESİ, İSTİHBARAT KIYMETLENDİRMESİ: Bir haber veya bilginin; istihbarat bakımından değerli, uygun, inanılır ve doğru olup olmadığını tayin için incelenmesi
evaluation
(Askeri) (NATO) DEĞERLENDİRME: bkz: "intelligence cycle"
evaluative
değerlendiren
evaluative
değer biçen
to evaluate
(Hukuk) değerlendirmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
to compute an expression

Evaluate this polynomial.

to draw conclusions from examining; to assess

It will take several years to evaluate the material gathered in the survey.

determine or fix the value of See Performance Evaluation for information about employee evaluations
- Present a value judgement, stressing advantages and disadvantages of the situation E g evaluate the contributions of telephones to our lives
To judge the value of
to determine or set the value or worth of something
to assess, to state the value of When asked to 'evaluate a statement' as to whether it is supported or implied by a text, you are being asked to judge how clearly the text does or does not spell out the information given in the statement
acq When used relative to test and evaluation, "evaluate" implies a quantitative test that requires comparison of test results to an applicable requirement(s) (See "Determine ") [MIL-HDBK-1908B]
To ascertain, judge or decide the value or worth of
To consider or judge the value or importance of something; to appraise
place a value on; judge the worth of something; "I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional"
To compute the value of an expression
Asks candidates to make an appraisal of the argument or concept under investigation or discussion Candidates should weigh the nature of the evidence available, and identify and discuss the convincing aspects of the argument, as well as its limitations and implications
to draw conclusions from by examining
To calculate the numerical value
To carefully examine and judge the efficacy of a technology; to submit technologies for testing under conditions of observation and analysis; synonyms: measure, estimate, classify, test ETV does evaluate
tr v To ascertain or fix the value or worth of To examine and judge carefully
a u -- interpret and execute source code contained in a string
This is important If you have time, it will help you identify what to go back and improve It should certainly help you produce a better product next time evaluate the content - have you produced what was required and what you intended?
v t (a form or an implicit progn) to execute the code represented by the form (or the series of forms making up the implicit progn) by applying the rules of evaluation, returning zero or more values
To fix the value of; to rate; to appraise
to determine the significance, or the worth of by careful appraisal or study
If you evaluate something or someone, you consider them in order to make a judgment about them, for example about how good or bad they are. The market situation is difficult to evaluate. = assess + evaluation evaluations evalu·ation the opinions and evaluations of college supervisors Evaluation is standard practice for all training arranged through the school. to judge how good, useful, or successful something is = assess (evaluation)
In an evaluation question you are expected to present a careful appraisal of the problem stressing both advantages and limitations Evaluation implies authoritative and, to a lesser degree, personal appraisal of both contributions and limitations
Make an appraisal of the worth of something in the light of its truth or utility Emphasise the views of authorities as well as your personal estimation
to decide the value or worth of something after a study
{f} appraise, judge the worth or quality
To evaluate is to find the value of a mathematical expression Examples: Evaluate 3 - 2 (4 + 1) 3 - 2 (4 + 1) = 3 - 2 (5) = 3 -10 = -7 Evaluate a2 - 2ab - b2 when a = -1 and b = 2 a2 - 2ab - b2 = (-1)2 - 2(-1)(2) - (2) 2 = 1 + 4 - 4 = 1
how valuable is it? This often requires you to make a value judgment (ie: give an opinion supported by evidence on the worth or value of something) This requires you to have a sound knowledge of facts, to have read a variety of opinions, and to have formed an opinion for yourself
Make a judgement based on criteria; determine the value of
Examine the various sides of a question and try to reach a judgement
to assign a value (grade or assess) a student's performance, (product, or process) as a means of measuring their growth against "external standards", and that of other students
evaluation
A completion of a mathematical operation; a valuation
evaluation
Determination of the value of a variable or expression
evaluative
Relating to the assignment of value to a person, thing, or event
evaluative
judgmental; tending to reduce a thing to a simple evaluation
evaluator
Agent noun of evaluate; one who evaluates
re-evaluate
Evaluate again; re-assess; revisit; reconsider

The long hours and poor working conditions led him to re-evaluate his job.

evaluative
Something that is evaluative is based on an assessment of the values, qualities, and significance of a particular person or thing

ten years of evaluative research.

evaluated
past of evaluate
evaluates
third-person singular of evaluate
evaluating
Assessing the reasonableness and quality of music according to given criteria
evaluating
analyzing a child's special learning needs
evaluating
present participle of evaluate
evaluating
Comparing actual performance to planned performance goals to determine whether to take corrective action if goals are not achieved, or to continue using the same method if goals are met
evaluation
The process of delineating, obtaining, and providing useful information for judging decision alternatives The basis and methods by which data are collected and analyzed to revise and improve the overall operation of a training program or system (Bennett and Clasper)
evaluation
A process that attempts to determine as systematically and objectively as possible the relevance, effectiveness, and impact of activities in the light of their objectives
evaluation
A process that helps prevention practitioners discover the strengths and weaknesses of their activities so that they can do better over time Time spent on evaluations is well spent because it allows groups to use money and other resources more efficiently in the future Also, evaluation does not have to be expensive or complicated to be useful Some evaluations can be done at little or no cost, and some can be completed by persons who are not professional evaluators Local colleges and universities can be sources of professional evaluation support by persons working on degrees in sociology, educational psychology, social work, biostatistics, public health, and other areas
evaluation
an appraisal of the value of something; "he set a high valuation on friendship"
evaluation
n a model whereby forms are executed, returning zero or more values Such execution might be implemented directly in one step by an interpreter or in two steps by first compiling the form and then executing the compiled code; this choice is dependent both on context and the nature of the implementation, but in any case is not in general detectable by any program The evaluation model is designed in such a way that a conforming implementation might legitimately have only a compiler and no interpreter, or vice versa See section The Evaluation Model
evaluation
a judgment about how good, useful, or successful something is = assessment (évaluation, from évaluer , from value )
evaluation
A decision about the value of what was taught or learnt and how the learning and the teaching was carried out This involves studying the good points and the bad points A teacher might evaluate a learner's knowledge of specific items, as the course is in progress, in order to find out what needs to be worked on further This is known as formative evaluation Or she or he might want to assess the learner's knowledge at the end of a course, often for grading puroses This is known as summative evaluation (See Assessment)
evaluation
act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of
evaluation
A detailed review of a disaster relief program designed to determine whether program objectives were met, to assess the program's impact on the community, and to generate "lessons learned" for the design of future projects Evaluations are most often conducted at the completion of important milestones, or at the end of a specified period (Landesman definition)
evaluation
* Normative evaluation is a judgment as to whether something is good or bad in some respects, a value judgment; evaluation of the results is assessment of what test results indicate about some natural phenomena, or about the performance of some human artifact
evaluation
An assessment of program effectiveness and outcomes at the end of a given period of time Evaluation is primarily the responsibility of the Corporation and will be conducted by the Corporation with the cooperation of State Commissions and programs Evaluation should not be confused with program's internal evaluation and monitoring responsibilities
evaluation
the systematic process of determining the merit, value, and worth of someone (the evaluee, such as a teacher, student, or employee) or something (the evaluand, such as a product, program, policy, procedure, or process) See Assessment, Teacher Evaluation
evaluation
Evaluation is concerned with the ability to judge the value of material (statement, novel, poem, research report) for a given purpose The judgements are to be based on definite criteria These may be internal criteria (organization) or external criteria (relevance to the purpose) and the student may determine the criteria of be given them Learning outcomes in this area are highest in the cognitive hierarchy because they contain elements of all of the other categories, plus conscious value judgements based on clearly defined criteria **
evaluation
The substitution of a variable with its value
evaluation
A process that attempts to systematically and objectively determine the relevance, effectiveness, and impact of activities in light of their objectives Evaluation can be related to structure, process, or outcome One can distinguish these various types
evaluation
An assessment, such as an annual personnel performance review used as the basis for a salary increase or bonus, or a summary of a particular situation
evaluation
A completion of a mathmatic operation; a valuation
evaluation
A judgment of merit based on various measurements, notable events, and subjective impressions A total art program evaluation assesses the quality of components such as facilities, resources, teacher preparation, extra- curricular art activities, or safety in the art room or performance facility, and includes curriculum evaluation and the program for assessment of student learning Assessment of student learning in the arts can lead to refining or reinforcing curriculum (what is taught, when) and Lesson Plans (how) (See Figure G 1 as a demonstration of how arts programs operate within the context of the community and the state )
evaluation
As applies to educational settings, a way of collecting information (includes testing, observations, and parental input) about a student's learning needs, strengths, and interests The evaluation is part of the process of determining whether a student qualifies for special education programs and services
evaluation
To measure, compare, and judge the quality of student work, schools, or a specific educational program
evaluation
A systematic (and as objective as possible) examination of a planned, ongoing or completed project It aims to answer specific management questions and to judge the overall value of an endeavour and supply lessons learned to improve future actions, planning and decision-making Evaluations commonly seek to determine the efficiency, effectiveness, impact, sustainability and the relevance of the project or organisation's objectives An evaluation should provide information that is credible and useful, offering concrete lessons learned to help partners and funding agencies make decisions
evaluation
{i} appraisal, estimation, act of evaluating
evaluation
Evaluation is inquiry (quantitative and/or qualitative) designed to reflect the extent of progress made towards attaining the stated goals of an organization or project within an organization Evaluations are most enlightening when they address quantified and measured indicators of progress towards accomplishing stated goals and/or objectives Evaluations typically assess progress made in terms of services, time, resources, and costs required to make a particular level of progress
evaluation
act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of an appraisal of the value of something; "he set a high valuation on friendship
evaluation
the systematic analysis of processes, results, and impacts of a program, activity or policy in order to judge its worth Evaluation may also address the extent to which a program or an institution continues to serve a useful purpose and operates efficiently (See In-depth Evaluation and Institutional Evaluation)
evaluation
The process of determining the worth of, or assigning a value to, something on the basis of careful examination and judgment As used in this document, evaluation is one use of assessment information See assessment
evaluation
Includes qualitative and quantitative activities that offer an independent, impartial assessment about what changes actually occurred and the extent to which agreed-upon outcomes were achieved It provides judgments about the process by which those results were obtained
evaluation
making judgments about the quality of student work using information about learning gathered through assessments Good evaluations of learning are generally based on multiple sources of assessment information
evaluation
a collecting and bringing together of information about a child's learning needs, which may include social, psychological, and educational evaluations used to determine assignment to special programs or services; a process using observation, testing, and test analysis to determine an individual's strengths and weaknesses to plan his or her educational services Parental consent for initial evaluation must be obtained for this process
evaluation
The evaluation of bibliographic records sent for batch processing involves an extensive analysis of the data This evaluation is necessary because a custom computer set up is created to process the records Batch Services staff identify problems with the records as well as problems with the file structure All of this analysis is done to obtain the highest and most accurate hit rate for a project
evaluation
Normative evaluation is a judgment as to whether something is good or bad in some respects, a value judgment ; Evaluation of the results is assessment of what test results indicate about some natural phenomena, or about the performance of some human artifact
evaluation
1 The collection and processing of information and data in order to determine how well a design meets the requirements and to provide direction for improvements 2 A process used to analyze, evaluate, and appraise a student's achievement, growth, and performance through the use of formal and informal tests and techniques
evaluation
Valuation; appraisement
evaluation
(applies to school-aged children); a way of collecting information about a student's learning needs, strengths, and interests; the evaluation is part of the process of determining whether a student qualifies for special education programs and services
evaluations
plural of evaluation
evaluative
exercising or involving careful evaluations; "looked him over with an appraising eye"; "the literary judge uses many evaluative terms"
evaluative
{s} serving to assess or evaluate
evaluative
Something that is evaluative is based on an assessment of the values, qualities, and significance of a particular person or thing. ten years of evaluative research
evaluator
A small program, written by the operator, used for calculation of I/O point values Evaluators get interpreted when new data comes in, i e they are compiled at run time Linking to the database is performed every time an I/O point is evaluated
evaluator
Name of Person performing the evaluation
evaluator
An individual trained and experienced in designing and conducting an evaluation that uses tested and accepted research methodologies
evaluator
an authority who is able to estimate worth or quality
evaluator
The administrator designated to supervise, monitor, and evaluate the performance of a staff member Currently, the Superintendent evaluates Deputy Superintendents, the Deputy Superintendents evaluate Assistant Superintendents and Area Administrators Area Administrators evaluate principals, and principals evaluate all assistant principals Department supervisors evaluate all administrators who report to them including Executive Directors and Managers
evaluator
An independent expert who assesses a property's value for which there is limited trading--such as antiques or rarely traded stocks For the evaluator's services, either a flat fee may be charged or a percentage of the item's appraised value
evaluator
A member designated to provide a brief evaluation of a fellow member's prepared speech Speakers get immediate feedback on how well they accomplished their assigned objectives This is what makes the toastmasters movement so special
evaluator
An individual responsible for performing a systematic evaluation of specified aspects, conditions, or progress of an individual including his or her professional, credential, physical, emotional, psychological, and economic status Results may include recommendations for providing or not providing specific treatment or support to the individual
evaluator
a person who assembles data and information collected about a teacher, analyzes them, makes judgments as to whether that teacher's performance level meets the pre-specified standards, prepares a summary report, writes recommendations, and may provide feedback to the teacher, directly or through another person In general, one evaluator determines the overall merit, value, and/or worth of the evaluee See Assessor, Evaluand, Evaluee
evaluator
An individual involved in all stages of the evaluation process, from defining the terms of reference and collecting and analyzing data to making recommendations and taking corrective action or making improvements Execution: The management of a specific programme or project, which includes accountability for the effective use of resources
evaluator
An independent service responsible for appraising the value of securities in a trust's portfolio
evaluator
An individual trained to perform inspections to determine the Actual Cash Value of a property, as well as provide us with other information about the property
evaluator
a person who evaluates a proposal
evaluator
A trained individual assigned to monitor aspects of a drill [see drill definition], or exercise [see exercise definition] and responsible for observing, evaluating, documenting, and critiquing the performance of players and the effectiveness of procedures and equipment (DOE TRADE Glossary and Acronyms of Emergency Management Terms ORAU 91/K-37 November 1991 ) Back to Top
evaluator
{i} estimator, assessor, appraiser
evaluator
Your evaluator is the person who prepares your degree evaluation
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