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quantitative

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Prosody denoting or relating to a metrical system, such as that in Latin and Greek verse, that is based on the relative length rather than stress of syllables

quantitative

Dealing with numbers and hard facts. Contrast with qualitative. See quantitative data and quantization.
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The thin flexible capacitive goosebump patch is able to measure the degree of human emotion quantitatively.
Auditors generally design the audit to provide reasonable assurance of detecting quantitatively material misstatements but are responsible throughout the audit for considering whether any misstatements that come to their attention are quantitatively or qualitatively material.
Accordingly, we observed that the frequencies of HIV-specific CD8(+) T cells releasing IFN-[gamma] were quantitatively increased a few weeks after viral rebound consequent to the interruption of antiviral therapy (5).
Ash deposition rates and properties have been quantitatively measured in laboratory experiments and in situ for black liquor.
However, Smith notes, other research groups have determined different values for the amount of charge and mass that leave unstable droplets, so the new report isn't the final word quantitatively.
The advantage that SANS provides is the ability to quantitatively separate the scattering due to the crystalline grains from the scattering that originates from the interaction of the neutron's magnetic moment with the net moment of the magnetic clusters.
In mixtures of a polar material (with a high dielectric constant) and a non-polar material, the measurements used with mixing rules quantitatively indicate the relative concentrations of ingredients.
If investor reaction to a quantitatively small misstatement significantly affects the share price of a stock, then the misstatement is material.
By using PsiWinder from Apache, we were able to quantitatively determine the full-chip clock jitter caused by switching noise, including inductive and crosstalk effects," said Woo-Hyun Paik, vice president of LG Electronics.
From numerous disparate sources into a single, quantitatively consistent 3D model, this SKUA-GOCAD allows the interpretation and integration of multi-disciplinary data.
Tokyo, Japan, Jan 25, 2006 - (JCN) - Kao, a leading Japanese cosmetics and toiletries manufacturer, announced on January 24 that its Biological Science Research Laboratories have elucidated the mechanism of skin flecks by quantitatively analyzing endothelin and stem cell factor (SCF), a substance involved in melanocyte development.