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Quantify

A performance analysis tool from Pure Software.
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In cost-effectiveness analysis, scientists quantify the benefits of proposed legislation not by the economic value of the lives it saves but by the life years it saves in the population as a whole.
To better quantify their limits, test panels have been formed to evaluate the odors.
Only 27% of lower performing organizations reported that these measures were used to quantify the benefits of internship programs to a high or very high degree.
Department of Agriculture's Animal Waste Pathogen Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, microbiologist Daniel Shelton is working on a method to quickly identify and quantify E.
Fortunately, new tools are available that enhance retention decisions by improving the ability to quantify the benefits of insurance protection.
The next step was to quantify the effect of IQ on potential earnings by an individual over the course of a lifetime, which must take into account both the direct effect of cognitive ability on earning potential and its indirect effects on schooling and employment.
"Our job is to quantify and adjust claims once the event occurs."
But enterprise risk management is not a product, it is a process--one in which companies partner with their brokers and insurance carriers to identify, assess and quantify risks.
Best is encouraged that most companies prudently use sophisticated risk-management tools to quantify their exposures to catastrophes and to manage property concentrations.
Success in AI depends on considering both its tangible and intangible benefits and determining how to meaningfully quantify them.
On display will be the comprehensive suite of Intellectual Property cost calculators from the stables of Quantify IP, the pioneer in the development of Intellectual Property cost-estimation solutions.