View definitions for fidelity
noun as in faithfulness in a relationship
To date most companies have struggled to produce quantum processors bearing more than double digit-qubits with fidelity.
It’s also possible to push them into particular states and read those states back out with high fidelity.
Ions flowing in memristors made from unalloyed materials tend to scatter as the components get smaller, meaning the signal loses fidelity and the resulting computations are less reliable.
Whereas images stored with existing methods tended to lose fidelity over time, the new chip’s images remained crystal clear.
One key to this success has been developing fidelity standards.
But probably because we co-edited the Deadline Artists anthologies with our friend Jesse Angelo, we feel a fidelity to the form.
If the noble experiment of American democracy is to mean anything, it is fidelity to the principle of freedom.
The doctrines, which drew on the likes of Wilhelm Reich, replaced absolute fidelity with ordained promiscuity.
In contrast to past beliefs, repetition may reduce the fidelity of memory representations.
The Cardinals were also required to swear an oath of fidelity to “Blessed Peter in the person of the Supreme Pontiff.”
All bribery, and injustice shall be blotted out, and fidelity shall stand for ever.
It makes one believe that fundamentally the country must be sound—that unswerving fidelity to an ideal.
Its resolution will be put into practice with all fidelity by the executive power in its character of responsible government.
His duties as Pipe-master, Hennemann discharged with great fidelity; yea, even with genuine fanatical zeal.
The foresters of Selkirk, as we have seen, had stood by Edward, and apparently had suffered not a little for their fidelity.
On this page you'll find 92 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fidelity, such as: devotion, loyalty, allegiance, ardor, attachment, and constancy.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.