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It may be noted that the three belief-in-telepathy groups exhibited a striking difference with respect to the relationship between hit rate and the scale of negative emotionality, used to represent the four more specific emotional scales for the negative pictures.
Subsequently, the hits of each herb were counted, and the hit rate of each herb was calculated using the formula: hit rate = CN / total number of compounds of each herb x 100%.
Therefore, all simulation results above suggest that our proposed BSTKS is an encouraging and efficient method for abrupt change detection from the synthetic time series datasets, because of the shortest computation time, the highest hit rate, and accuracy out of four methods, especially for less significant statistic fluctuation when N gets smaller, as well as for less significant variance fluctuation when N gets bigger, and v gets smaller.
Specifically, we calculate the differences of MSE, hit rate, and 110-minute capital gain between the forecasts with the new kernel and those with each comparative kernel, respectively, on each of the last 500 trading days.
Dividing 56/500 would suggest that chance alone would achieve an 11% hit rate.
Reasonable minds could differ on whether the Court got this right--the third and fourth factors may increase a hit rate more than the Court cared to acknowledge.
Table 2 shows hit rates for person matching and standard scoring based on the five top predictions for the 500 members of the random sample.
The results achieved with the SC vector of the coocurrence matrix are lower, with an average hit rate for all materials of only 62,2%.
Sources close to the TMND told JED that the reason for the program's termination was disappointment on the Turkish side about the hit rate of the Eryx missiles.
statistically unrelated to criminality, then the hit rate would equal
The company achieved active hit rates of 27% in biochemical assays compared with a 5% hit rate from randomly selected compounds.