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comparison testingの例文

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  • We do that by comparison testing ."
  • Another effort to prove Simpson was set up for the murder focused on the accounting of blood taken from him for comparison testing.
  • Prosecutors said the only way to definitively exonerate Dr . Sam Sheppard may be to exhume his body to gather DNA for comparison testing.
  • DNA comparison testing shows sharp differences between skunks and the members of the weasel family with which they were first classified 150 years ago.
  • Such models need in-depth evaluation and validation to demonstrate robustness and to further define potential use in an evaluation and comparison testing.
  • The recruits spend their days mastering the company's household appliances, which are periodically swapped for different models, even that of a competitor, for comparison testing.
  • Several of the problems identified would have been obvious in some basic comparison testing and many of the common functions would have also been obvious if done ( like all the problems with Twinkle ).
  • There were many benefits to these hearing aids; which included storing parameter settings, having a capability for paired-comparison testing, having settings for different acoustic environments, and having more advanced methods of signaling; this which included multi-channel compression.
  • In 1950, the United Kingdom presented the redesigned FN rifle and the British EM-2, both in . 280 British calibre, to the United States for comparison testing against the favoured United States Army design of the time Earle Harvey's T25.
  • After three months of rigorous comparison testing at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, a US Department of Energy facility that spends most of its time trying to develop things like futuristic fusion-powered generating systems, the team concluded that the ubiquitous, gray, ultra-sticky stuff we call duct tape fared worse than everything else they tried when it came to sealing the ductwork in home heating and air conditioning systems.
  • The performance of the LG G4 was contrasted to devices that utilize Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 ( such as the LG G Flex 2 ), which had been the subject of concern due to its heat output . " Ars Technica " felt that the need to throttle CPU-intensive tasks to prevent overheating had a negative effect on the 810's performance, arguing that as a result, the G4's Snapdragon 808 performed better in some cases than the 810 ( represented in comparison testing by the HTC One M9 ), but that the Exynos processor of the Galaxy S6 had better overall performance than the two Snapdragon chips on benchmarks.