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  1. Constructing an index which truly measures the skill levels of record holders, step 4

    05-23-2018 at 04:29 PM
    LikesMeckii liked this post
    Master is the fourth skill level to be measured, so the relevant index shall be called the Master Skill Index. It shall take the form of a multiplier, with a strength of 3000, applicable to the Competitive Participation Index.

    To be eligible for inclusion in the Master Skill Index, score ...
  2. Constructing an index which truly measures the skill levels of record holders, step 3

    05-23-2018 at 02:31 PM
    Expert is the third skill level to be measured, so the relevant index shall be called the Expert Skill Index. It shall take the form of a multiplier, with a strength of 2000, applicable to the Competitive Participation Index.

    To be eligible for inclusion in the Expert Skill Index, score ...
  3. Constructing an index which truly measures the skill levels of record holders, step 2

    05-23-2018 at 12:25 PM
    High is the second skill level to be measured, so the relevant index shall be called the High Skill Index. It shall take the form of a multiplier, with a strength of 1000, applicable to the Competitive Participation Index.

    To be eligible for inclusion in the High Skill Index, score trackers ...

    Updated 05-23-2018 at 02:19 PM by Almighty Dreadlock

  4. Constructing an index which truly measures the skill levels of record holders, step 1

    05-23-2018 at 11:52 AM
    Novice is the first skill level to be measured, so the relevant index shall be called the Novice Skill Index. It shall take the form of a multiplier, with a strength of 1, applicable to the Competitive Participation Index.

    All score trackers which have no mandatory goal requirements shall ...
  5. Giving the ESI its proper name

    05-19-2018 at 03:11 AM
    LikesMyOwnWorstEnemy, EVN, HAN liked this post
    I have observed several discussions about the Expert Skill Index, but none of them addressed what, to me, is the most obvious problem with it: it is misnamed.

    It ought to be called the Competitive Participation Index, because it indexes levels of participation, as defined by the quantity ...
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