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quantify

verb To determine the quantity of; measure
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In the words of Anthony de Andrade, President and CEO of Quantify IP: "Congratulations to Marcus Evans for holding another successful IP Law Summit.
Managerial insight should also be used to quantify every benefit that is reasonably expected to accrue from the proposed investment.
Quantify IP's booth (#1300) will feature demonstrations of the Company's innovative suite of intellectual property application cost estimating software solutions, which includes its flagship product - the Global IP Estimator, Global IP Estimator Online, Portfolio Estimator, Company's Portfolio Revealed and Strategy Planner.
Various researchers have attempted to quantify selected gas flow characteristics in fiber suspensions and their relationship to pulp and paper mill performance, but much more must be done to describe the complete picture.
Grosse of the National Center for Environmental Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and his coauthors present the results of their groundbreaking model designed to quantify those economic gains.
If you want to get the resources you need to deal with risk issues -- once you've identified and assessed them -- you need to be able to quantify their potential impact," he said.
One of the most difficult challenges marketing people face from top management is the need to quantify the probability of future events ("crystal-balling").
Jim Esker, Product Specialist for Portfolio Estimator tools, Quantify IP remarked, "The AIPLA Annual Conference was well attended by IP experts from a variety of backgrounds providing the attendees a fantastic networking opportunity.
The trouble with these benefits is that they are difficult to quantify.