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This is not to say that quantifying risks does not have its value.
Designing pathogenesis studies for arboviruses that accurately simulate natural infection requires quantifying the amount of virus transmitted.
The concept of uncertainty is very useful in quantifying tax risk to the extent it is possible to do such quantification.
Accountants must now determine the true cost of a company's various business activities by establishing the value of a specific business capability--and that includes such things as quantifying the value of contracting out supply chain logistics or human resources management.
First, there is no method of standardizing and quantifying the skin response.
A provocative article in The New York Review of Books in 1970 had called for quantification as a panacea for a field in methodological confusion;(1) and within a year of Vauchez's study two other major works appeared with the agenda of quantifying not just canonization processes but also the lives of the saints.
CHICAGO -- The Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) today announced its second annual Word of Mouth Research Symposium, the only conference focused on quantifying word of mouth marketing and finding measures, metrics, and standards with which to prove the value of consumer engagement.