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Quantify

A performance analysis tool from Pure Software.
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Furthermore, Bayer and Quantified Planet are co-developing mobile applications to engage civil society, for example people in cities, to address global challenges such as conserving biodiversity, something that plays an important role in meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Targets that form the 2030 Agenda adopted by the United Nations.
Risks must be quantified at some point in the ERM process but not necessarily in the early stages.
To determine whether saliva collection accurately approximates the amount of VEEV transmitted during a mosquito bloodmeal, we quantified virus from saliva collected in vitro and virus deposited at sites of in vivo blood feeding.
While research has also examined how the accuracy (Bedard and Biggs 1991) and sufficiency (Anderson and Koonce 1998) of management representations influence auditor judgments, no auditing research that we are aware of manipulates features of the explanation, such as whether it is quantified, that management could use to influence persuasion.
Five of these points can be quantified to an extent, but quality cannot.
One area of managerial judgment that isn't usually quantified is the base case--or the alternative to making the proposed investment.
Quantified Impressions, a new communications analytics company, has created the first objective rating system to evaluate the communication skills of financial spokespeople, and the results challenge conventional wisdom.
The authors surveyed relevant studies with an eve toward statistical approaches to deal with these confounders, arriving at a quantified estimation of the possible benefits to public health in Houston.
In addition, business-interruption losses typically are quantified by looking at historical sales data," Weinstein said.
According to OneSpin President and Chief Executive Officer Peter Feist, "Prior to Quantify MDV, engineers had no formal verification metrics that accurately quantified verification progress.
After all, the insured rarely ever quantified its contingent business-interruption exposures, so coverage was provided in the absence of this information.