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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Dilbilim) ölçün
(Bilgisayar) düzge

Bu bütün normlara ve kurallara aykırıdır. - This contradicts all norms and rules.

(Askeri) normal; bakım sebebiyle harekata hazır olmayan (normal; not operationally ready, maintenance)
{i} standart
(Tıp) Nümune, örnek
{i} model
istatistikte en çok elde edilen değer
(Diş Hekimliği) Diğerlerinin, benzerlerinin karşılaştırılabilmesi, ölçülebilmesi için sabit standart
belirli bir grup için tipik sayılan model veya standart
(Tıp) Kaide, düstur
(Ticaret) ilke
(Hukuk) hukuk kuralı
norm price
(Ticaret) amaç fiyat
norm of a matrix
(Matematik) matrisin normu
norm of a vector
(Matematik) vektörün normu
norm referenced testing
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) norm referanslı test
norm staffing
(Politika, Siyaset) personel norm
ground norm
(Kanun) temel norm
absolute norm
Mutlak norm
beneath the norm
norm altında
social norm
sosyal norm
cipw norm calculation
cipw norm hesabı
group norm
grup normu
initial norm
öncül norm
punishment norm
ceza normu
quadratic norm
karesel norm
reciprocity norm
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) karşılıklılık normu
İngilizce - İngilizce
A lazy, inactive man

He is a bit of a Norm - he doesn't do anything to help around the house.

A diminutive of the male given name Norman
A function, denoted |v| or ‖v‖, that maps vectors to non-negative scalars and has the following properties:

given two vectors v and w, |v + w| ≤ |v| + |w| (the triangle inequality).

A sentence with non-descriptive meaning, such as command, permission, and prohibition
A mode or average
A rule that is enforced by members of a community
(the norm) That which is regarded as normal or typical

Unemployment is the norm in this part of the country.

To endow (a vector space, etc) with a norm
a model
If you say that a situation is the norm, you mean that it is usual and expected. Families of six or seven are the norm in Borough Park The changes will lead to more flexible leases, and leases nearer to 15 years than the present norm of 25 years
A map which satisfies the following conditions: A norm is a measure of the ``size'' of a vector Some popular norms are
{i} standard; quota; rule; type of mathematical function
That which is regarded as normal or typical
A member of a lesser House
a standard of behavior or an expressed attitude, based on the shared trends of the majority in a group
Norms are ways of behaving that are considered normal in a particular society. the commonly accepted norms of democracy. a social norm that says drunkenness is inappropriate behaviour
A typical, structural unit; a type
A rule or authoritative standard; a model; a type
An expected standard of behaviour and belief established and enforced by a group
Expectations of how a person or persons will behave in a given situation based on established protocols, rules of conduct or accepted social practices
An average, common, or standard performance under specified conditions, e g , the average achievement test score of nine-year-old children or the average birth weight of male children
An expectation based on multiple observations
The description of the characteristics of a variety as supplied by the Breeder Also known as a variety description
a statistic describing the location of a distribution; "it set the norm for American homes"
A norm is an official standard or level that organizations are expected to reach. an agency which would establish European norms and co-ordinate national policies to halt pollution. Norman
A score, based on the test performances of large numbers of participants, that is used as a standard for assessing the performances of test takers

No, that's not normal. - No, that is not normal.

You are perfectly normal. - You're perfectly normal.

a standard or model or pattern regarded as typical; "the current middle-class norm of two children per family
The mean or the average - an established pattern or form
Normal Occuring Raddioactive Material Can cause environmental concerns
A function, denoted |v| or v that maps vectors to non-negative scalars and has the following properties
A way of behaving or believing that is normal for a group or culture All societies have their norms, they are simply what most people do Deviants break norms Some norms are enshrined in law and society punishes those who deviate from them Breaches of unwritten norms are unofficially punished This is important to science, because innovation is a form of deviancy science formally encourages (Section 15 8 )
The number of points a player must achieve in an international tournament to gain qualification for FIDE titles
a standard or model or pattern regarded as typical; "the current middle-class norm of two children per family"
Belief held by a number of members of a group, that the members ought to behave in a certain way in certain circumstances (Holmans, 1961, p 6)
The vector norm calculated by raising the absolute value of each component to the p power, adding them together, and taking the p-th root of the sum
This is a function of a vector, say ||x||, that satisfies three properties
A statistic that provides a frame of reference by which meaning may be given to test scores; norms are based upon the actual performance of pupils of various grades or ages in the standardization group for the test
A function denoted ||v|| that maps a vector v to a non-negative value such that ||cv|| = |c|.||v||, where c is a scalar, and ||v + w|| ≤ ||v|| + ||w|| (the triangle inequality); the condition that ||v|| = 0 implies that v = 0 is not required, but when it holds, the semi-norm is a norm
A mathematical function T: × → that is commutative, associative, monotonic, and the number 1 acts as identity element, that is T(a, 1) = a
Mathematical measure of length given by "the square root of the squares." Denoted by ||\cdot||_2, the two-norm of a vector \vec v= is ||\vec v||_2=\sqrt{a_1^2+a_2^2+\cdots+a_n^2}. The two norm of an m\times m matrix A is defined by \max_{\vec v\neq\vec 0}\frac{||A\vec v||_2}{||\vec v||_2} where \vec v is an m-dimensional vector that is not the zero vector
social norm
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) In sociology, a norm, or social norm, is a rule that is socially enforced. Social sanctioning is what distinguishes norms from other cultural products or social constructions such as meaning and values. Norms and normlessness are thought to affect a wide variety of human behavior
a norm
above the norm
exceeding the average, beyond what is normally observed
age norm
the average age at which particular performances are expected to appear
deviation from the norm
departure from the average, departure from convention or typical behavior
general norm
average, standard that is widely accepted
an empirically derived distribution of scores on a test, which provides reference data for appropriate groups of examinees, e g , students' results on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) are reported with reference to norms so that students can see where they stand in comparison with the general population of foreign students
Rules that apply to every member of a group
Standardized scores that have been developed using a group from a population Norms are generally considered as "typical" scores for a group Norms exist for many tests and questionnaires that are used in mental health research
Rules and expectations of conduct which either prescribes a given type of behavior, or forbids it
Statistics that describe the test performance of specified groups, such as pupils of various ages or grades in the standardization group for a test Norms are often assumed to be representative of some larger population, as of pupils in the country as a whole Norms are descriptive of average, typical, or mediocre performance; they are not to be regarded as standards, or as desirable levels of attainment Grade, age, and percentile are the most common types of norms
Established rules of behaviour or standards of conduct
standards of development or achievement that are set from the average performance of specified groups; they are used to compare a child's individual performance with others who have taken the assessment
Collective expectations that members of social units have regarding the behavior of each other
Rules that define behavior that is expected, required, or acceptable in particular circumstances
rules that guide behavior
MORI's database of normative data is often referred to as 'norms' The database is composed of standardised questions and compares the results of various clients For example, Councils can see how well they score in comparison with similar Councils
a cultural rule that associates people's behavior or appearance with rewards or punishments
Collective expectations that members of social units have regarding the behavior of each other (8)
rules defining situations and expected behaviors
The distribution of test scores for members of the norm group
A summary of test results for a large and representative group of subjects
plural of norm
In intelligence testing, the scores taken from a large sample of the population against which an individual's test scores are evaluated
Shared expectations people have for each other in social settings
The test scores (also possibly statistics generated from scores) of one or more defined groups considered to be representative
Rules Specified methods of procedure
Standards of test performance that permit the comparison of one person's score on the test to the scores of others who have taken the same test
Türkçe - İngilizce

This contradicts all norms and rules. - Bu bütün normlara ve kurallara aykırıdır.

(Tekstil) Wire level
norm kadro
(Politika, Siyaset) permanent staff
norm referanslı test
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) norm referenced testing
norm stok kereste
(Marangozluk) yard lumber
norm yazı şablonu
lettering device
personel norm
(Politika, Siyaset) norm staffing
sosyal norm
social standard