Definitions for "Adequacy"
adequacy—the reserve system's ability to maintain the ecological viability and integrity of populations, species and communities.
The ability of a bulk electric power system to continuously meet total customer demand.
A bulk electric power system’s ability to supply the aggregate electrical demand and energy requirements of customers at all times.
Keywords:  dialysis, urr, uremia, enough, waste
A term that refers to how well your dialysis is working. To measure adequacy, tests are carried out to see if enough fluid and waste products are being removed from your blood.
Enough dialysis to avoid symptoms of uremia. See Kt/V and URR.
the quality of being able to meet a need satisfactorily: "he questioned the adequacy of the usual sentimental interpretation of the Golden Rule"
A judgement as to how well a phenomenological analysis has been verified; phenomenological verification is based on fulfillment, in which a less evident conscious process is fulfilled and clarified by a more evident one. For example, seeing the multiple possibilities inherent in a noema is more adequate than seeing only a single possibility, but the adequacy of the multiple possibilities is built on the apodicticity of the individual possibilities (i.e., we must be able to repeat the experience of each possibility). Thus the foundation of adequacy is apodicticity.
The state or quality of being adequate, proportionate, or sufficient; a sufficiency for a particular purpose; as, the adequacy of supply to the expenditure.
The extent that an item or action is sufficient for the purpose. Editor's Note: The implication of this term is that it is not the ideal solution. [D02361] RMW
the quality of being sufficient for the end in view; "he questioned the sufficiency of human intelligence"
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As a human grows he or she gradually becomes adequate to receive certain forms of knowledge. A small child, for example, is not yet "adequate" for higher mathematics and will only become so through the growth processes. In the same way, one must become adequate for spiritual truth through growth and development.
Keywords:  scope, supplier, intent, bet, indicates
Used in QS-9000. Indicates the intent of the standard has been bet, given the scope of the supplier's operation.
A term used in the context of determining whether the class is receiving proper legal representation by class counsel and the named class representative.