(psychol) the process of randomly rewarding an organism for making a response on only some of the occasions it makes it
- Partial response maximum likelihood
storage (PRML) A method for converting the weak analog signal from the head of a magnetic disk drive into a digital signal. PRML attempts to correctly interpret even small changes in the analog signal, whereas peak detection relies on fixed thresholds. Because PRML can correctly decode a weaker signal it allows higher density recording. For […]
noun, Bridge. 1. . [pahrt-skawr, -skohr] /ˈpɑrtˈskɔr, -ˈskoʊr/ noun, Bridge. 1. a contract to make less than the number of tricks required for game: to bid a part-score of three diamonds. 2. the number of points gained by making such a contract: a part-score of 60 points.
- Partial seizure
partial seizure n. Focal epilepsy.
noun, Mathematics. 1. one of a series of sums of elements of a given sequence, the first sum being the first element, the second sum being the first element added to the second element, the third sum being equal to the sum of the first three elements, and so on.