• (noun): The lines a baseball player must follow while running the bases.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on baseline, baselines:

Maritime Boundaries - Terminology - Limits
... in polygon layers of sovereignty and control, calculated from the declaration of a baseline ... The conditions under which a state may establish such baseline are described in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) ... A baseline of a country can be the low water line, a straight baseline (a line that encloses bays, estuaries, inland waters...) or a combination of the two ...
Requirements of A Single-subject Design
... Baseline assessment Before the treatment is implemented, the researcher is to look for behavioral trends ... If a treatment reverses a baseline trend (e.g ... things were getting worse as time went on in the baseline but the treatment reversed this trend) then this is powerful evidence suggesting (though not proving) a treatment effect ...
Micromort - Human Values - Baseline
... The number of micromorts per day is one million divided by that number of days in this case, about 39 micromorts acquired individually every day ... The number of micromorts per day is divided by 24 hours that is about 1.63 micromorts per hour ...
List Of Baseline Magazine Issues
... Following is a list of Baseline magazine issues compiled from the Baseline website and printed magazines ...
Maritime Boundaries - Terminology - Zones
... boundaries are expressed in concentric limits surrounding coastal and feature baselines ... from the baseline ... from the baseline ...

More definitions of "baseline":

  • (noun): An imaginary line or standard by which things are measured or compared.
    Example: "The established a baseline for the budget"
  • (noun): The back line bounding each end of a tennis or handball court; when serving the server must not step over this line.
    Synonyms: service line