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SmartUQ statistical tools accelerate design cycles by reducing design iterations, improve design robustness and maximize insight of complex systems by quantifying uncertainties.
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A bead format 2-site immunoradiometric assay for quantifying the level of serum ferritin.
Among the top-performing companies, improving the productivity of other employees by distributing some of their tasks to interns was the least used metric (22%), whereas low-performing organizations were most likely to select this as a ROI quantifying measure.
In addition to quantifying the risk of accidents to people, the programme also measures the efficiency and ease of cutting operations, plus the level of any damage to products and materials.
The other problem with quantifying very large, complex future events is that one must make numerous assumptions when building the model.
Quantifying the dose of an arbovirus transmitted by mosquitoes is essential for designing pathogenesis studies simulating natural infection of vertebrates.
Even if a taxpayer fails to set forth an exact overpayment amount on an intended protective claim, rendering the claim "incomplete" within the meaning of SCA 199941039, it arguably should be entitled to supplement the claim by quantifying the specific refund it is seeking and providing the supporting information.
drinking water maximum) and quantifying survival during and 14 months after exposure.
These papers are the outcome of the Quantifying Human Information Processing Capabilities project, which sought to quantify information flow in the nervous system, the limits of that flow and its response to emotions.
Quantifying the species is also vitally important, and that is where Testmark scientists believe they have hit the mark.
The main problem so far, in studying the formation of white pitch, has been the absence of good analytical methods for quantifying binder-rich particles in coated broke.