comparison value

comparison value

A term sometimes used in public health or toxicology as a synonym for baseline.
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However, in a year-on-year comparison value was up 37% from 24,274m invested in May 2016, while volume also rose 2% from 1,201 deals over the same timeframe.
4 million, and the comparison value of the previous year included a positive one-time effect in the financial result.
As it was easy to measure and gauge lubrication levels, the outer ring was chosen as the comparison value.
In terms of assigning the value to each comparison elements in AHP decision matrices, the pairwise comparison value can be obtained using the following rules:
Sure, if you're a buyer, you can see some of these products in your office, but not at the same level of intensity, quantity and comparison value than at the IDDBA show.
the systematic error amount depends on the comparison value on the x-axis.
From table 1 the value for need analysis falls significantly below the comparison value of 4.
He makes the observation that maybe only 11 of them have comparison value, of which the best example is the crisis in Sweden between 1990 and 1993.
Table 2 shows routing at one inch per second at a distance of 2 mm as the comparison value.
In this program, nurses draw paired specimens to be analyzed on the reflectance meter and sent to the lab for a comparison value.
Label claim information was not available for the Indian Organic Spirulina, therefore the comparison value for Zeaxanthin was obtained from an independent third party laboratory.