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EDI

EDI

(Electronic Data Interchange) The electronic communication of business transactions, such as orders, confirmations and invoices, between organizations. Third parties provide EDI services that enable organizations with different equipment to connect. Although interactive access may be a part of it, EDI implies direct computer-to-computer transactions into vendors' databases and ordering systems.

The Internet gave EDI quite a boost. However, rather than using privately owned networks and the traditional EDI data formats (X12, EDIFACT and TRADACOMS), many business transactions are formatted in XML and transported over the Internet using the HTTP Web protocol. See X12, EDIFACT, TRADACOMS, extranet, externalization, XML and HTTP.
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Moreover, the estimated daily intake (EDI) of these metals through consumption of milk by various age groups was also calculated.
Risk Assessment: The risk to human health as a result of eating these species was evaluated by calculating Estimated Daily Intake (EDI) was estimated using the following equation (Onsanit, et al.
An important aspect of assessing risk to human health from potentially toxic metals is the knowledge of the dietary intake of the metals (DIM), which must remain within the established safety margin as in the Provisional Tolerable Daily Intake (PTDI) by FAO/WHO, 2001 [5, 10], the Global Estimated Daily Intake (GEDI) [5] and the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) by the Food and Nutrition Board, 2004 [17] in Table 3.
Her estimated daily intake is 2,260 kcal and her estimated daily exercise is 435 kcal.
The estimated daily intake of PBDEs by people from air and food is far below amounts now known to be toxic to animals.
Median estimated daily intake of caffeine was 240 mg per person per day (range 0-390 rag).
The estimated daily intake was found to be below the provisional tolerable daily intake (PTDI), established by the FAO and WHO, indicating that there was no carcinogenic risk for humans.
RII values represent the estimated daily intake for each metal as a percentage of the ADI values derived for this study.
The estimated daily intake of iron from Egyptian infant formulae in the 4th, 5th, 6th months of age were 5.
Estimated daily intake value of Pb in frozen (fish and shrimp) and canned samples was about 12 and 7 g/day) which was within the Provisional Tolerable Weekly Intake for the consumer (250 g/day equivalent to 1750 g/week/kg body weight) proposed by WHO (1993).

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