What is an alternative expression for : "It is easy to acknowledge accuracy to be a very important feature".
The word Accuracy should remain in the sentence.
In an academic context.
"easy to acknowledge" could be replaced by "obvious", or "clear", or a similar idiom.
Also I am not sure that "accuracy" should be listed as a feature for anything. Accuracy means something like "without faults". Should "lack of faults" really be described as a feature?
would be a good way of writing it as I think stating it as Robusto said in the above post might be read as you asserting the fact that "accuracy is essential", whereas using "accuracy is acknowledged" seems more like it is a fact acknowledged by a group of people.
Also tenfour mentioned that maybe accuracy shouldn't be described as a feature. I would argue that in some cases accuracy isn't essential, for example when gathering quantitative data rather than qualitative, it might be more important to focus on gathering large amounts of data rather than ensuring 100% accuracy on every piece of data collected.