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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 PCATool appears as a questionnaire divided into sections by evaluated attribute, which are divided into essential attributes and their sub-items: first contact access, with sub-items accessibility and use; longitudinality; coordination, with sub-items integrated care and information system; and comprehensiveness, with sub-items available services and services provided.
The EIS studies were judged for their technical merits like methodology of the assessment, standards and consistency, as well as their technical comprehensiveness through the presentation of information and the consideration of all components.
Tzu's essays form the earliest known treatises on the subject, but have never been surpassed in comprehensiveness and depth of understanding.
The Gesture" is a work in progress, hence no claim to comprehensiveness can be assumed.
Its major strengths is its comprehensiveness and the way the editor presents short but representative selections that will appeal to students.
In 1986, tax reformers considered a consumption tax base and, despite the arguments in favor of such a system, they decided to enhance the comprehensiveness of the income tax system then in place.
Further, he asserts that the comprehensiveness and validity of any Jesus book rest upon how well the scholar's work answers all five questions.
A growing body of literature assessing the accuracy, comprehensiveness, and attribution reporting of health information finds these areas lacking and contributing to the poor assessment of quality.
While the traditional topics are covered in customary detail, the strength of the book is its comprehensiveness and portability, providing a convenient reference.
All Canadian parties once again pledged allegiance to the principles of Canada's national health care system--public administration, comprehensiveness, universality, portability and accessibility.
The concept of comprehensiveness was established in 1947 when President Truman?
The service saves time, significantly lowers landlords' risk because of its comprehensiveness, and costs as little as $9.

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