(n.) = accuracy ; exactness ; precision ; precision ; fineness ; unambiguity ; preciseness. Ex: This information should be double-checked for accuracy before being confirmed by entry of a 'y'. Ex: Research into controlled and free language is essential for achiever greater exactness in on-line searching. Ex: Whether such precision will result in a catalogue more satisfactory to readers than that produced by the reasonable application of the vaguer AA is a moot point. Ex: As discussed above, precision, or the proportion of relevant documents retrieved, is related to recall, the extent of retrieval of relevant documents. Ex: To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London. Ex: The unambiguity of the description of individual documents should become the main aim of all efforts to standardise bibliographic description. Ex: Although the movie has a well-defined sense of character and dramatic incident, a handsome and clear visual presentation, and an interesting feel for inflated men locking horns, it lacks thematic preciseness. ---- * amante de la precisión = precisionist. * andarse con precisiones = be precise. * coeficiente de precisión = coefficient of precision. * con precisión = precisely. * definido con precisión = closely defined. * falta de precisión = fuzziness ; looseness ; looseness of fit. * grado de precisión = degree of detail. * índice de precisión = precision figure. * instrumento de precisión = precision device. * mejorar la precisión = improve + precision.