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  • WordNet 3.6
    • v standardise cause to conform to standard or norm "The weights and measures were standardized"
    • v standardise evaluate by comparing with a standard
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In literature:

By standardisation its cost could be reduced while construction could be expedited.
"Aeroplanes and Dirigibles of War" by Frederick A. Talbot
Design became standardised, though not perfected.
"A History of Aeronautics" by E. Charles Vivian
It should administer the sea law of the world, and control and standardise freights in the common interests of mankind.
"War and the Future" by H. G. Wells
A woman's the most standardised being in the world.
"Letters of Travel (1892-1913)" by Rudyard Kipling
We standardised our wardrobe as far as we could.
"Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland" by Joseph Tatlow
Formerly in England the standardisation of plan and product was almost unknown.
"The War After the War" by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
He's made up of standardised and interchangeable parts.
"The Thunders of Silence" by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
Hyphenation has been standardised.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
Then standardise to reaction of +2.5.
"The Elements of Bacteriological Technique" by John William Henry Eyre
We both have trusts or cartels, and both manufacture huge quantities of cheap, standardised products.
"American World Policies" by Walter E. Weyl
The actual quantity of solution required for the coagulation of any volume of standardised latex can be calculated easily from the ratio 1:1,200.
"The Preparation of Plantation Rubber" by Sidney Morgan
They seem to standardise their shots.
"The Happy Golfer" by Henry Leach
Modern medical science has standardised the body much as mechanical science has standardised the most intricate machinery.
"Jane Oglander" by Marie Belloc Lowndes
We standardise our children.
"Leaves in the Wind" by A. G. Gardiner
Boats were built in standardised groups, and, during the second half of the war, in great quantities.
"The Story of Our Submarines" by John Graham Bower
Standardised fittings were obtainable at every Venetian maritime station to replace any that might be lost or damaged by storm or battle.
"Venice and its Story" by Thomas Okey

In news:

The ginkgo biloba extract EGb761 contains standardised amounts of flavonoids and ginkgolides.
Prediction, Standardisation and Phase Comparisons.
A reader says the speed-limit 'buffer' system should be standardised across the UAE.

In science:

In Section 2 we show that every standardised strictly max-stable distribution with α = 1 is associated with the unique compact convex set K ⊂ [0, ∞)d called the dependency set.
Convex geometry of max-stable distributions
Definition 1.2 For a random variable U with smooth density p, we consider the score function ρ(u) = p′ (u)/p(u), the Fisher information J (U ) = Eρ2 (U ), and the standardised Fisher information Jst (U ) = σ2 U J (U ) − 1.
Information inequalities and a dependent Central Limit Theorem
It is to be noted that the study to obtain this table was performed in MATLAB, using the tools specified in section IV. Thus, the programming is not standardised, and this result should be treated as a basic evaluation.
Evaluating the Impact of Missing Data Imputation through the use of the Random Forest Algorithm
These systems of equations would be unnecessarily large without standardisation of the integrals.
Methods for the Reduction of Three-Loop QCD Form Factors
The integrals in this expression had to be analysed and standardised in a semi-automated way, since even after standardisation the expression contained 2951 complicated three-loop integrals.
Methods for the Reduction of Three-Loop QCD Form Factors
Semistandard (domino) tableaux are determined by their standardisation and their weight.
Some bijective correspondences involving domino tableaux
X (U, V ) = (U, V ) is called self-switching; this means that their standardisations form a self-switching standard tableau pair, and that wt U = wt V (which we call the weight of the pair).
Some bijective correspondences involving domino tableaux
For a semistandard domino tableau D with standardisation D0 and weight α, we shall define π1 (D) as the pair (U, V ) of semistandard tableaux with weight α and standardisations (S, T ) = π0 (D0 ); to justify this, we must verify that S and T are compatible with α.
Some bijective correspondences involving domino tableaux
The reduction to the case that D contains entries i and i + 1 is fairly easy, but to further reduce to a situation simple enough to allow a uniform description of the entire computation of π1 (D) presents difficulty, as relatively distant dominoes intervene in the standardisation.
Some bijective correspondences involving domino tableaux
For proving conversely that U and V are ν /κ-dominant whenever D is, we cannot yet apply the relation π0 (D≺ ) = (U≺, V≺ ), so a direct proof is needed, using standardisations to compute (U, V ) = π1 (D).
Some bijective correspondences involving domino tableaux
In this case the relation is particularly simple, since the concatenation of the standardisations form the standardisation of the combined tableau, but that will not be the case for the second reduction.
Some bijective correspondences involving domino tableaux
There will be a standardisation on a small number of low-level and high-performance network protocols.
Cluster Computing White Paper
The limits of standardisation – the case of gender Providing such an abstract model as the one presented before may not suffice to satisfy representational needs of scholars working on languages.
Stabilizing knowledge through standards - A perspective for the humanities
Most of these recommendations are not trivial, and to implement them requires a substantial research, development, and standardisation effort.
The Identity Crisis. Security, Privacy and Usability Issues in Identity Management
SOAs promise to provide potentially huge numbers of services that programmers can combine, via the standardised interfaces, to create increasingly more sophisticated and distributed applications.
Self-Organisation of Evolving Agent Populations in Digital Ecosystems