Scoring

  • (noun): Evaluation of performance by assigning a grade or score.
    Synonyms: marking, grading

Some articles on scoring:

Instant Replay - Use By Officials - Motor Sports
... replay to supplement their electronic scoring system ... Video replays are used to review rules infractions and scoring disputes ... Video is used to supplement electronic scoring to determine the positions in which cars exit the pits (during cautions) ...
2003 Stanley Cup Finals - The Series
... Game four had no scoring throughout regulation and was a battle between goaltenders Brodeur and Giguere ... Mighty Ducks Continental Airlines Arena Recap No scoring First period No scoring (Brylin, Gionta) Friesen 6 – 145 Second period No scoring (Elias, Gomez) Marshall 5 – 534 (White, Brodeur ...
Symphony No. 22 (Haydn) - Scoring
... The work is scored for two cor anglais (English horns), two horns, and strings ... The use of the cor anglais in place of the (related, but higher-pitched) oboe is more than unusual indeed McVeigh (2009386) suggests that it is "the only symphony in the entire history of the genre to use this scoring" ...
2010 FIBA World Championship For Women - Knockout Round - Championship Bracket - Quarterfinals
... Belarus 70–53 Russia KV Arena, Karlovy Vary Scoring by quarter 23–11, 13–16, 14–8, 20–18 Pts Leuchanka 17 Rebs Leuchanka 9 Asts Marchanka 4 Pts Hammon 16 Rebs Osipova 9 ...
Voice Stress - Methodology and Accuracy
... The traditional analysis and scoring of voice-grams by means of assigning 'percentages' is time consuming, has been replaced by 7 position scoring and lately by AVSA PRO ... In 2002, Clifton Coetzee (Polygraph VSA Instructor) devised a scoring method for voice grams incorporating the 'UTAH 7 Point' scoring system, as used by modern day polygraphists ... Scoring of automatically captured and numerically identified voice wavs is according to the neural network database, developed from Expert blind scoring of 000's of voice wavs, with the input of known ...