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scientific method

[‚sī·ən′tif·ik ′meth·əd]
(science and technology)
The systematic collection and classification of data and, usually, the formulation and testing of hypotheses based on the data.
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eHarmony has applied a scientific methodology to help singles connect online.
eHarmony has long touted its scientific methodology for producing matches, though no independent study has been published on the service's methods or success rates.
In a recent publication, WAAG outlined some of the initiatives taken over the past year to refute the extremist ideology and "establish peace, cultural dialogue and the jurisprudence of citizenship; protect youth; and reinforce the scientific methodology of Al-Azhar that has been passed from generation to generation.
For his part, the Director General of Human Resources Development & Performance Adel Heji Ibrahim Mohammed said that CSB is always looking to develop and raise productivity and efficiency of government services to improve human resources in the civil service sector at the Kingdom, furthermore, he explained the importance of training and development as an important means to enhance efficiency of the organizational performance by improving the performance of employees and imparting knowledge, skills and behaviors required by their duties and responsibilities, he also stressed that the benefit of training comes only through a scientific methodology to determine the training needs of employees to perform their work and to achieve the best results and outputs.
Each seeks to maximize risk-adjusted excess returns by applying a rigorous, scientific methodology to strategy identification and research, back-testing and implementation.
The 2017 version of the Directory addresses the needs of the business community and reflects the SCCI's commitment to enhancing its mission and role by using scientific methodology and comprehensive classification.
The workshops were followed by visits to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Ford Foundation to improve their academic skills and establish scientific methodology for their applied practices in the non-profit sector.
The workshops were followed by various visits to Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Ford Foundation to improve their academic skills and establish a scientific methodology for their applied practices in the non-profit sector.
The Minister stated that for the development and preservation of indigenous bovine species for the first time National Gokul Mission has been started so as to pave the way of preservation and development of indigenous bovine species with scientific methodology.
The So-Called Eighth Stromateus by Clement of Alexandria: Early Christian Reception of Greek Scientific Methodology
Other Muslim scholars simply observe the moon and forgo any scientific methodology.
While taste tests can help schools ferret out meal hits or misses, they "pale in comparison to the scope of the research project at the Sensory and Consumer Research Center at Kansas State University, Olathe, which is developing a scientific methodology to measure children's face-emoji responses to food," reported ABC News.

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