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COMPREHENSIVE

An early system on MIT's Whirlwind.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959].
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The comprehensiveness of these career needs challenges the boundaries of career counseling and frequently causes it to overlap with personal counseling.
This analytic-rational approach to decision making which general systems theorists such as Van Gigch (1974) label synoptic "requires comprehensiveness of information and analysis" (Braybrooke and Lindblom 1963:40).
Applications are evaluated on criteria that include: housing affordability; local government funding and involvement; demonstrated need for infill for-sale housing; comprehensiveness of project planning; readiness of the development to proceed; and the local government's ability to meet the terms, conditions and repayment of the loan.
And yet he is unwilling to sacrifice circumstance for comprehensiveness and is forced to be selective, criss-crossing the Alps with an ease that sometimes leaves the reader a little breathless.
made its selection based on the comprehensiveness of the software solution and because of TMW's reputation as the leading provider of software in the trucking industry.
With Longitude, we have been able to capture the best of both worlds and deliver the comprehensiveness and robustness normally found in expensive, agent-based products, with the ease, simplicity and lower cost of agentless software.
Applications are evaluated on criteria that include housing affordability; local government funding and involvement; demonstrated need for infill for-sale housing; comprehensiveness of project planning; readiness of the development to proceed; and the local government's ability to meet the terms, conditions and repayment of the loan.
E[acute accent]CPA Technology Advisor reviewed seven third-party software applications on six estate planning criteria: comprehensiveness, reliability/ease of use; calculations; customization, flexibility/features; client presentation tools; company history, support/help; and relative value.
Javelina selected Soffront over other CRM solutions because of price, comprehensiveness, configurability, and web access.
Spearheaded by its Long Island office in Uniondale, NY, RCG IT competed with several local firms for Suffolk County's contract and was chosen for the comprehensiveness of its vision and solution.
This newest implementation adds to the comprehensiveness of LexisNexis Patent and Trademark Solutions, which also includes PatentOptimizer(TM), US Patents, EP and WO Patents, Prior Art Searches, Trademark Registrations, and more.
IBM PartnerWorld judges were impressed with the comprehensiveness and complexity of integrated IBM components used within ProjExec(TM) to enable multi-enterprise collaboration.

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