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analyzer

[′an·ə‚līz·ər]
(computer science)
A routine for the checking of a program.
One of several types of computers used to solve differential equations.
(engineering)
A multifunction test meter, measuring volts, ohms, and amperes. Also known as set analyzer.
(mechanical engineering)
The component of an absorption refrigeration system where the mixture of water vapor and ammonia vapor leaving the generator meets the relatively cool solution of ammonia in water entering the generator and loses some of its vapor content.
(optics)
A device, such as a Nicol prism, which passes only plane polarized light; used in the eyepiece of instruments such as the polariscope.
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Analyses will be dispatched Heat Sweden Operations facilities in Sweden and other units within Vattenfall AB.
In regression analyses controlling for background and risk-related characteristics, males with a high level of depressive symptoms at baseline were significantly more likely than those with a low level to say at follow-up that they had engaged in at least one of the specified risk behaviors between interviews (odds ratio, 1.
In order to test question 1, paired samples t-tests and one-within repeated measure analyses were conducted across two measures: pretest and posttest (Maxwell & Delaney, 1990; Stevens, 1996; SPSS, 2003).
Our analyses followed Good Laboratory Practice standards [U.
To commemorate the 90th anniversary of the National Career Development Association and to anticipate its centennial, this special issue presents 9 analyses of the career counseling profession's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT).
Abaqus/CAE is a visualization product used to build Abaqus models, launch and monitor analyses, and evaluate results.
That is, the entire case is not thrown out of subsequent analysis due to missing data for one or more variables but simply for the analyses of the variables for which missing data are observed.
Armed with these types of information, they can construct a detailed competitive positioning matrix for the company and its key competitors, considering a variety of vital issues and factors, providing ready comparison of important players, and enabling development of gap analyses and other types of evaluations.
Prior to 1992, property insurance computer models had been used in some reinsurance analyses-and to a lesser extent by individual insurance companies--in their analyses relative to property insurance exposures.
Suppliers will customize spectrometers for the chemical analyses your foundry and customers require;