[英 [ˈbaɪəs] 美 [ˈbaɪəs] ]
过去式：biased; 过去分词：biased; 现在分词：biasing; 复数形式：biases;bias 基本解释
名词偏见; 倾向; 偏爱，爱好; 斜纹
及物动词使倾向于; 使有偏见; 影响; 加偏压于
形容词斜纹的; 斜的，倾斜的; 斜裁的
副词偏斜地，倾斜地; 对角地bias 相关例句
1. This material requires a bias cut.
1. His birth background biases him against businessmen.
2. He was biased against the plan from the beginning.
3. The newspapers biased their readers against the new government.
1. She has a strong musical bias.
2. Some people have a bias against foreigners.
1. 偏置：给出了神经网络的权重(Weight)和偏置(Bias)值,对给定的数据能完全识别,预示着可通过血液中的微量元素,可能作为冠心病患者诊断的一种辅助手段. (共3页)bias 双语例句
1. Throughout the nineteenth century and into the twentieth, citizens of the United States maintained a bias against big cities.
2. In the high bias voltage region, the Fano factor is enhanced with increasing the strength of electron-phonon coupling.
3. Can have suppression disturbance and so on combination frequencies disturbance, beat interference, intermodulation interference in the mixing process main methods is enhances the initial segment the selectivity, as well as adjustment mixer active status and authentic choice bias, signal voltage and candid voltage size.
4. Methods According to EP9-A file of NCCLS, different biochemical detecting systems, detecting system 1～4 and detecting system 5 (target system, comparison method, which includes Hitachi 7170 biochemical analyzer, reagent of Roche, c. f. a. s calibrator and controller of Roche, and has accredited by ISO/IEC 17025)were used to detect serum LDH to obtain the correlation coefficient and the linear equation, respectively. The n the coefficient and equation were used to evaluate the system bias between laboratory method and comparison method.
参考 NCCLS的EP9-A文件，以日立7170生化分析仪、罗氏原装试剂、c.f.a.s校准品和质控品组成的检测系统已通过ISO/IEC 17025实验室认可）为比较方法，检测系统1～4为实验方法，用患者新鲜血清对LDH进行检测，计算试验方法(Y和比较方法之间的相对偏差，以CLIA`88规定的室间质量评价允许误差范围的1/2为标准，判断不同检测系统的可比性。
5. The control terminal may be a bias terminal of the oscillator and so the modulating bias signal may be applied directly to the oscillator, for example by a connection to its RF line.
6. View your account, in fact, your heart is the bias of money, this is understandable.
7. We design mainly amplifier, including modeling high frequency modulation designing DC bias analysing gain of amplifiers.
8. The reason is that the application of the high frequency bias of 13.56 MHz not only strengthens ion bombardment on the material surface, but also induces the variations of the bulk plasmas including the increase of O atom density, while the main effect of the bias of 400 kHz is only to strengthen ion bombardment.
9. However, high or low frequency Chinese words were affected in a different way. For high frequency words, hindsight bias appeared only under 100ms exposure condition, whereas for low frequency words, hindsight bias appeared with 100ms and 500ms of exposure time. It suggests that the radical judgment processes may be different for high and low frequency Chinese characters.
10. By controlling the bias voltage sweep in certain fast sweep rate range, a novel current peak is observed in the current-voltage characteristics measured on individual GeSi quantum dots.
11. I'll consider an operating point of 350V and 11 mA (approximately -30V grid bias).
12. The high quality nanocrystalline diamond film is successfully deposited by double bias voltage nucleation and grid bias voltage growth.
13. A positive grid bias and a negative substrate bias voltage s are applied to the self-made hot filament chemical vapor deposited system.
14. It was shown that for small input signals, operation is limit- ed in so small a portion of the characteristic that much smaller than usual grid bias may be used to obtain higher trangconductance, and consequently higher gain; whereas for large input signals, non-linearity of the characteristics limits the maximum output obtainable.
15. Objective: To investigate the existence condition of hepatitis B surface antigen termina-tion codon bias.
16. There was codon bias selection in HBsAg termination codon, and it could affect the secondary structure of RNA and amino acid sepuence encoding protein.
17. HBsAg termination codon bias exists and may be related to RNA structure and the conservatiom of protein function in the evolutionary progress.
18. In order to increase the fusion expression to meet the needs of industrial application, the apidaecin gene was modified according to the codon bias of Lactococcus lactis.
19. Therefore, to keep us in mind with the vision of pure, to avoid bias generation...
20. The subjects of this study are selected from the graduate students in accounting departments of representative universities of China and Taiwan. Using experimental approach, two major findings of the study are as follows. Firstly, under controlling the social desirability bias, both cross-strait areas and organizational ethic environment have significant impacts on the managers` moral decisions of possible failing project.
Bias is a tendency to prefer one person or thing to another, and to favour that person or thing.
e.g. Bias against women permeates every level of the judicial system...
e.g. There were fierce attacks on the BBC for alleged political bias.
Bias is a concern with or interest in one thing more than others.
e.g. The Department has a strong bias towards neuroscience.
To bias someone means to influence them in favour of a particular choice.
e.g. We mustn't allow it to bias our teaching.
A dress or skirt that is cut on the bias or that is bias-cut has been cut diagonally across the material so that it hangs down in a particular way.
e.g. The fabric, cut on the bias, hangs as light as a cobweb off a woman's body.
e.g. ...a bias-cut dress.
1. There were widespread claims of media bias at the time, often Lindy Chamberlain's apparent lack of emotion during the hearings.
2. The smartphone study is part of an approach called cognitive bias modification, which seeks to break some of the brain's bad habits.
3. The claimed competition between China and the United States is more of a result of political bias.
4. She " seems loathe to admit that MSNBC has a bias, " Brown said.
5. " That bias is the source of many restrictions on Chinese construction companies, " said Li Jiqin of China State Construction Engineering.
6. This bias is mitigated in advanced economies by the various flexible financing tools offered by large banks.
7. And the outspoken CEO does not conceal his bias against US corporate management culture.
8. Like a couture dress, it is set on the bias and took 800 hours to make.
9. The professors said their work challenges theories which suggest bias in decision making does not persist in markets.
10. Mutual trust should be the basis for resolving all major international issues, and ideological bias and double standards should be avoided.bias 英英释义
1. a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation
2. a line or cut across a fabric that is not at right angles to a side of the fabric
1. cause to be biased
2. influence in an unfair way
e.g. you are biasing my choice by telling me yours
1. slanting diagonally across the grain of a fabric
e.g. a bias fold