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noun archetype, basis of comparison, canon, comparison, criterion, example, exemplar, frame of reference, gauge, grade of excellence, guide, ideal, level of excellence, measure, model, norm, norma, paradigm, paragon, pattern, precedent, prototype, regula, touchstone
Associated concepts: standard established by law, standard of care, standard of conduct, standard of proof
See also: broad, bylaw, canon, code, constant, conventional, cornerstone, criterion, customary, decorum, designation, epitome, example, exemplar, familiar, general, guide, habitual, household, law, mediocre, model, mundane, norm, normal, ordinary, paradigm, paragon, pattern, popular, precedent, prevalent, principle, pro forma, prototype, rate, regular, repeated, representative, routine, rule, stare decisis, symbol, typical, uniform, usual

STANDARD, in war. An ensign or flag used in war.

STANDARD, measure. A weight or measure of certain dimensions, to which all other weights and measures must correspond; as, a standard bushel. Also the quality of certain metals, to which all others of the same kind ought to be made to conform; as, standard gold, standard silver. Vide Dollar; Eagle; Money.

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Table 1 includes the estimation bias, standard error, and coverage rates for [gamma].
This is, in part, due to the complexity of computing estimates and asymptotic standard errors.
The logic of Fay's method is straightforward; select repeated subsamples from the full sample using a predefined routine provided by the replicate weights, calculate the coefficient estimates of these multiple samples, and then compute the standard errors based on the variances evident in the repeated samples.
Intra-class correlation coefficient between the original full data with missing values and the multiple imputed data for disability estimates along with the standard errors of disability estimates ICC and 95% CI for ICC and 95% CI for disability estimates standard errors of disability estimates Incomplete data MCAR 0.
Statistical parameters for standard error are used to check the dose strength between the calibrator and gamma camera.
While discussion that follows concentrates on the effects of alcohol consumption and specification tests, appendix 1, for the binge drinking measure, shows the IV coefficients and marginal effect standard errors of all exogenous variables on the probability of enrollment for the high school age sample.
The chart in figure 4 begins with a universal OAN model with the highest standard error of 6.
3) corresponds to a Hoerl regression (2), with a standard error of S=1.
The standard error of the mean for the pretest academic responsibility data was SE = .
A recalculation of the seat entitlement using the increased NT population (the NT population plus twice the standard error from the 2001 Census) raises the seat entitlement above 1.
It is evident from Table 3 that the standard error of average firm size is much higher at the end of the relevant period than it is in the first quarter, with the partial exception of the bread industry.
Obtaining estimates for the standard error of prediction is a more difficult task.

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