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quantify

verb To determine the quantity of; measure
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* How can employers overcome resistance and persuade workers to willingly become quantified employees?
However, his criticism boils down to a concern that it is hard to quantify the benefits and costs of financial regulation, and hence his objection seems to be to a particular form of quantified CBA, not to conceptual CBA.
* And now a team of researchers at Publications Management has identified the 50 highest-circulation custom publications in the United States, marking the first time in history that the growth of this medium has been quantified in this manner.
There is a peak of maximal torque, which may be quantified by [T.sub.max] and [[theta].sub.max].
These two factors are, first, whether the explanation is quantified (i.e., put into numbers) and, second, whether the client manager is likely to distort the information (i.e., the manager has incentives to manage earnings).
In one embodiment of the invention the activity of a first enzyme is quantified by measuring the light signal produced by degradation of a first enzyme substrate by the first enzyme and the activity of the second enzyme is quantified by measuring the light signal produced by the degradation of a second substrate.
The counterpart semantics for quantified modal logic developed by David Lewis is considered.
The occurrence of attacks, the targets and the hierarchy assigned to the different modes of attack are quantified by independent experts and experts within ABS Consulting.
NIST researchers have quantified the link that exists between chemical vapor deposition and liquid solution electrodeposition for superconformal filling of high-aspect ratio, fine features.
Goal: Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET) has quantified the effects of undercooling versus holding time for base iron with Gray Iron Research Committee (5-H) sponsorship.