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terminology [2019/03/07 17:17]
theropfather Add acronyms
terminology [2019/05/12 14:49]
foxfire Spelling fixes
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 ===== Acronyms ===== ===== Acronyms =====
  
-CB - Combo Break (Any judgment below a great)+CB - Combo Breaker ​(Any judgment below a great)
  
 MFC - Marvelous Full Combo (Hit nothing but marvelous judgments) MFC - Marvelous Full Combo (Hit nothing but marvelous judgments)
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 SDCB - Single Digit Combo Breaks (Hit only single digits of any combo break judgment, good and below) SDCB - Single Digit Combo Breaks (Hit only single digits of any combo break judgment, good and below)
  
-SDG - Sing Digit Greats (Hit only single digit great judgments)+SDG - Single ​Digit Greats (Hit only single digit great judgments)
  
 WF - White Flag (A single perfect breaking a MFC) WF - White Flag (A single perfect breaking a MFC)
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 PA - Perfect attack (The ratio of perfect judgments to greats you get on a score) PA - Perfect attack (The ratio of perfect judgments to greats you get on a score)
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 +NPS - Notes Per Second
  
 JS - JumpStream JS - JumpStream
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-**Chord cohesion** ​ - Chord cohesion refers to the system used by SM5 to register note judgements ​for notes with more than 1 arrow (be it jumps, hands, quads, etc). What it does is simply take the timing for the last arrow hit, and use that timing for the whole note. Disabling note cohesion means that each arrow has it’s own judgement. Scores with chord cohesion do not count towards rating and are not considered valid.+**Chord cohesion** ​ - Chord cohesion refers to the system used by SM5 to register note judgments ​for notes with more than 1 arrow (be it jumps, hands, quads, etc). What it does is simply take the timing for the last arrow hit, and use that timing for the whole note. Disabling note cohesion means that each arrow has it’s own judgment. Scores with chord cohesion do not count towards rating and are not considered valid.
  
  
terminology.txt · Last modified: 2019/05/12 14:49 by foxfire