relevance

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} ilgi

İlgi, iletişimde anahtar bir unsurdur. - Relevance is a key element in communication.

İtiraz ediyorum. Bunun kesinlikle hiç bir ilgisi yok. Bütün itirazlar duruşmaya kadar ertelenmiştir. - Objection. This certainly has no relevance. All objections have been waived till the trial.

{i} ilişki
belirginlik
ayırıcılık
ayırıcı olma özelliği
{i} alâka

Ben alakayı görmüyorum. - I don't see the relevance.

Bunun benim arka planımla alakası yok. - This has no relevance to my background.

{i} uygunluk
{i} (belirli bir konuyla olan) ilgi
relevancy
{i} ilgi
relevance feedback
alaka geribildirim
relevance weighting
alaka ağırlık
relevancy
alâka
relevancy
ilişki
system relevance response
sistem alaka yanıt
relevancy
ilgililik
relevancy
{i} uygunluk
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The property or state of being relevant or pertinent
The degree to which the objectives of a programme or project remain valid and pertinent as originally planned or as subsequently modified owing to changing circumstances within the immediate context and external environment of that programme or project For an outcome, the extent to which the outcome reflects key national priorities and receives support from key partners
The characteristic of being appropriately retrieved in response to a given query
The relationship between an issue or solution and the problem Also, the degree to which the measures of the event account for the variability of the event Relevance usually requires an understanding of the relationships between sets (collections of things) or between elements (things within sets) Avoid meaningless measures of trivial events
the capability of an information retrieval system to select and retrieve data appropriate to a user's needs based on the user's request; data may not always be pertinent to the user's needs; e g a search for "apple" will retrieve material about the fruit and Apple computers
the usefulness of a hit to a query Most search engines rank their hits form the best match to the query to the poorest
A subjective measure of how well a document satisfies the user's information need Ideally, your search tool should retrieve all of the documents relevant to your search However, this is subjective and difficult to quantify
the relation of something to the matter at hand
refers to how closely the search engine results appear to match your query Often it is based upon the number of times your search terms appear in a record Most search engines attempt to sort and rank your hits by relevance
The quality or state of being relevant; pertinency; applicability
a criterion used to judge whether a market research study acts to support strategic and tactical planning activities
Alternative form of relevancy
significance Scholarly, documentable, historically established: evidence from trustworthy authorities
ranking of hits/items/results retrieved from a search Relevance is a measure of how closely search results match the search request Search engines vary in the way they determine relevance In some a document is considered more relevant if the words appear in certain fields, perhaps the title or the summary field In others relevance is establishedby a percentage determined simply by how many times the keywords appears in the document divided by the total number of words on the page Some new search engines consider popularity and linkage in their relevance formulas
An abstract measure of how well a document satisfies the user's information need Ideally, your system should retrieve all of the relevant documents for you Unfortunately, this is a subjective notion and difficult to quantify
A measure of how closely a database entry matches a search request Most search tools on the Web return results based on relevance The specific algorithm for computing relevance varies from one service to another, but it's often based on the number of times terms in the search expression appear in the document and whether they appear in the appropriate fields
{i} pertinence, relatedness, state of being connected to the current subject
the extent to which the aid activity is consistent with the priorities and policies of the Target Group, recipient, and donor
A term pertaining to evidence; the relationship of the information to its use
In certain searches TrinCat will determine which items are the most closely related to your topic These items will display in red (5 dots) and will rank books down to black (1 dot)
Sufficiency to infer the conclusion
The document relevance bar is an expression of the calculated relevance of this document compared to the other documents in the same result set Ranges are from zero to 100, where 100 is the most relevant The calculation is based on hit clustering, cluster proximity, document density, word weight and other factors
Pertinency
suitability to the needs of students and society
The extent to which the objectives of a project are consistent with the target group's priorities and the recipient and donors' policies
The usefulness of a response to a query Most search engines rank their hits from the best match to the query to the poorest
Importance or significance Differential feature of a subset of information that makes it of interest for the receiver Relevance is a key concept, because it depends on the subject receiving the information What is relevant for one person can be useless for another and hence can be disinformation or even 'rubbish' Relevance is especially important when speaking about information retrieval
An explanation's appropriate relationship to the thing being explained An explanation is fully relevant if it permits us to predict the phenomena's occurrence
Concerned with the matter being discussed
activation of a seme There exist three types of relevance (linguistic, generic or situational), depending on whether the activation is prescribed by the functional system of language, the textual genre, or the practice involved
what determines a good match for a query is a major subject of research Algorithms rely on frequency of keywords, order, prominence, expert indexing, and popularity of a result for a given keyword Advanced search engines often consider these types of capabilities -- spell-checking, synonym substitution (if they look for 'jobs' they might also want 'careers'), stop words (the term 'web' doesn't usefully distinguish web pages, so ignore it), fuzzy queries (allow non-exact matches), and stem words (if they asked for 'biking' also look for 'bike')
Something's relevance to a situation or person is its importance or significance in that situation or to that person. Politicians' private lives have no relevance to their public roles
The property or state of being relevant
concernancy
relevancy
A relevant thing
relevancy
The degree to which a thing is relevant; applicability
relevancy
{n} pertinence, aid, support
relevancy
a term used to describe the accuracy of search engine results
relevancy
The quality or state of being relevant; pertinency; applicability
relevancy
In DBMS terminology, the degree to which search results meet the requirements or expectations implicit in the query See WholeWeb
relevancy
the relation of something to the matter at hand
relevancy
{i} pertinence, relatedness, state of being connected to the current subject
relevancy
A measure of how closely your site matches the search terms, calculated according to the algorithm employed by that particular search engine Relevancy is usually expressed as a percentage Some search engines are not very discriminating; HotBot, for instance, often returns dozens or hundreds of pages with a relevancy of 99% or better for a given set of search terms
relevancy
How well a document provides the information a user is looking for, as measured by the user
relevancy
Sufficiency to infer the conclusion
relevancy
The pertinence of the charge to the law Thus, there could be a challenge to the relevancy where the charge, if proved, would not constitute an crime known to the law of Scotland The pertinence of evidence to the facts in issue Thus, there could be a challenge to the relevancy of testimony which was unrelated to the facts in issue Remand The remittal of a person in custody or on bail during any adjournment of the proceedings
relevancy
The degree to which a document or Web page provides the information the user is looking for, in terms of user needs
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