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Probability of detection is important given that "organizations that think they have managed risk have often overlooked the critical exposures along their supply chains" (Juttner, Peck, and Christopher 2003, 198).
Although variable detection may be accounted for to some degree in indices of abundance, the assumption is that probability of detection is constant and unaffected by habitat, surveying effort, or surveying method.
With its innovative XpertSuite of features, the new XL Go+ portable VideoProbe from the inspection technologies business of GE Measurement and Control offers improved probability of detection (POD), to provide increased efficiency, reliability and productivity in a range of inspection tasks in confined, hard-to-reach locations.
It also provides superior clutter suppression, increasing the probability of detection of small targets under extreme weather conditions.
This increases the quality of the x-ray image and improves the sensitivity and probability of detection, resulting in outstanding product safety.
adds to the impressive low probability of detection, low probability of interception that only a lasercom link can provide[much greater than], mentioned Dean Senner, President and CEO of Aoptix.
Performance standards for detector systems often include requirements for probability of detection and probability of false alarm at a specified level of statistical confidence.
Since a convict would have to circumvent two security systems in order to escape, the probability of detection is unparalleled.