Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
actual (adj)
Sens 1 : used to emphasize something that is real or exists in fact. [Source : OAAD]
  • When social cognition researchers study perception they do not necessarily investigate the actual process of perceiving (e.g., the working of the visual system).
  • To determine the actual number of clusters, we select one that provides better separation of the original data as defined in Equation 3.6. where Dc is the total distance of all locations to the respective cluster centers, a small value represents better separation for the determined number of cluster.
  • Accordingly, the current budget estimates, as expected, showed poor accuracy measured by MAPE when compared to actual sales.
actually (adv)
Sens 1 : used for emphasizing what is really true or what really happened. [Source : MAC]
  • The potential cost of a military expedition meant a penny increase in the income tax, not viewed favorably by those who actually paid tax.
  • Under U.S. SEA section 21A(a)(I)(B), the SEC may bring an action to impose a civil penalty on persons who, at the time of the violation, directly or indirectly were in control of the person who actually committed the violation.
  • Although it seems likely that this disturbance is related to the repair of the old waterworks pipe, the pipe itself was never actually encountered so the disturbed deposits here were given a different master context, M023.