nominal measurement

nominal measurement, nominal data

Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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  • Nominal level — This article is about the term used in sound and signal processing. For usage in statistics, see nominal measurement. Nominal level is the operating level at which an electronic signal processing device is designed to operate. The electronic… …   Wikipedia

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  • Nominal impedance — in electrical engineering and audio engineering refers to the approximate designed impedance of an electrical circuit or device. The term is applied in a number of different fields, most often being encountered in respect of: The nominal value of …   Wikipedia

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  • Nominal power — is a measurement of a mediumwave radio station s output used in the United States. AM broadcasters are licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to operate at a specific nominal power, which may be (and usually is) different from the… …   Wikipedia

  • measurement — raises four main issues for the sociologist: representation (how many properties of the empirical world can best be modelled?); uniqueness (how unique are the resulting measurement numbers?); appropriate statistics (what indices may legitimately… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Measurement in economics — The measures used in economics are physical measures, nominal price value measures and fixed price value measures. These measures differ from one another by the variables they measure and by the variables excluded from measurements. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Measurement — For bust/waist/hip measurement, see BWH. A typical tape measure with both metric and US units and two US pennies for comparison Measurement is the process or the result of determining the ratio of a physical quantity, such as a length, time,… …   Wikipedia

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