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enumerate

To count or list one by one. For example, an enumerated data type defines a list of all possible values for a variable, and no other value can then be placed into it. See device enumeration and ENUM.
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As a whole, erroneous enumerations and imputations were lower among people who mailed back a census form, compared with those counted by a door-to-door census taker.
Even worse, imagine if 10 lenders, all doing this mapping from their original datasets (probably not all using MISMO to start with), are making different judgment calls on how to map their data over to the required enumerations.
Not only does V3 include the data elements and enumerations needed for uniform loan and appraisal data delivery to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, but those data elements were vetted by the industry experts who understand them, and they are now part of the MISMO reference model.
Enumeration is the inauguration of urban citizenship.
This kind of strategy called first-fail, try to prune the search tree by emptying the smallest domain (in case a wrong enumeration was performed before) or to find quickly a solution in case the previous enumerations were good.
In terms of enumerations the hybrid strategies requires significantly less enumerations than the corresponding pure CP strategies.
As I read through his detailed discussion I couldn't help wondering why he did not attempt to connect the individuals mentioned in enumerations and poor law records with the parish registers.
It is important to note, however, that COG's enumeration project provides a "snapshot" of the homeless people who come into contact with service providers on a single day.
Code guarantees the confidentiality of census respondents, thus precluding videotaping, filming or photographing actual enumerations.
Enumerations are done to produce Universe Estimates which are used to determine who and what each sampling point represents.