conservative evaluation

conservative evaluation

Under this parallel evaluation strategy, no evaluation is started unless it is known to be needed. Opposite of speculative evaluation.
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Commenting on the results, Jack Rosen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer stated: "Our results were impacted by what we believe to be a conservative evaluation of our ability to collect sums owed to us by managed care organizations.
While initial purchase price is somewhat higher than surface-based sensors, even the most conservative evaluation of this advanced technology indicates that maintenance saving alone (e.
Once the classificatory and conceptual matters are taken care of, Thom is keen to return to his own conservative evaluation.
3) gives conservative evaluation of crack growth rate in MCC in RBMK reactor.
First, our initial Offer was based solely on publicly available information and reflected conservative evaluation assumptions, to compensate for risk in a number of areas.
When annual water projections are factored in, a more conservative evaluation that Fitch used in the rating process, coverage is projected at 1.
This increase resulted from our further conservative evaluation of the loan portfolio and was made despite a decrease in net charge-offs of $3.
This is a conservative evaluation because according to Evans & Evans, Inc.
The new standard provides for a more conservative evaluation of proven and probable reserves, particularly on new wells where production history has not yet been established.
As the effect of heat treatment on the star and transparency of the stones is not well known, a very conservative evaluation of $10 US per carat, based on the wholesale price of an untreated gray to black medium quality star was used.
Those poor quality costs are absolute rock-bottom conservative evaluations, says Dr Woodruff Imberman, president of the firm.

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