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estimating

An expression used within ATS (air traffic services) when communicating a pilot estimate.
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Specifically, documentation should (1) identify the source data used, their reliability, and how the data were normalized, (2) describe the steps used in developing the overall estimate so that it can be clearly understood and easily replicated, and (3) describe in sufficient detail the estimating methodology and calculations performed to derive each element's cost to improve the quality and transparency of the Navy's estimate.
Also, the sales comparison approach is most applicable in understanding the fee simple interest of owner-occupied properties whereas, for leased buildings, it tends to be considered a secondary methodology for estimating market value.
Estimating long-term average particulate air pollution concentrations: application of traffic indicators and geographic information systems.
When it comes to successful conceptual estimating, however, the homework you will need to do falls into the following three categories:
As a result, all of the information about a loss is automatically replicated on the forms within the estimating software, meaning far less time is spent typing repetitive information with fewer errors and problems surfacing in the data entry.
Contingent valuation as a means of estimating benefits is also widely applicable.
"More and more, we've seen a shift in the way government agencies and private companies are handling their estimating needs across the organization," said Curtis Peltz, Timberline president and CEO.
PrimeSite's X-tensible Document Management system supports customized data capture, enabling data in Precision X-DOC to be mapped to each customer's unique implementation of Timberline Estimating. The specific data collected, and how it is mapped to data fields in Timberline Estimating, is defined for each customer using PrimeSite's X-tensible Document structure.
[12] It is worth reiterating that when estimating an error the measured value is whatever number is reported by the measurement system, and as far as determining the error of that measurement is concerned, the measured value is an exact, well-defined, value see Fig.
Timberline Software Corporation, Beaverton, Ore., has released an enhanced version of Precision Estimating software designed for the Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 95, Windows 98 and NT(R) operating environments.
VOCs from Sand Reclamation - ESCO's original approach to estimating emissions from this source conservatively assumed that, after molding and coremaking, any organic compounds remaining in the sand (based on AFS Toxic Release Inventory guidance) survived the pouring, cooling and shakeout process.
Some local and national governments have conducted forest surveys using satellite images, while others have used ground-based approaches for estimating deforestation.

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