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quantify

verb To determine the quantity of; measure
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Increasingly, equity analysts are evaluating and quantifying all risks faced by companies, and some have imposed "risk discounts" on future earnings based on any known or anticipated risks undertaken by the company.
The importance of quantifying skin reactivity during the evaluation and immunotherapeutic treatment of allergic rhinitis cannot be overemphasized.
In 1992, Aviad Kleinberg challenged the value of generalizing or quantifying from such chronologically diverse and at the same time formulaic materials as vitae and canonization processes.(3)
Managing director of Emerson's Roxar Software Solutions, Kjetil Fagervik, said : "Generating accurate future production estimates, quantifying uncertainty, and minimizing financial risk represent three of the industry's greatest challenges."
The present paper aims to shed light on the issue by quantifying the regulations imposed on private schools both within and outside school choice programs, and then analyzing them with descriptive statistics and regression analyses.
Furthermore, predicting and quantifying these benefits tends to require some very hypothetical "what if" scenarios.
"Too often we're quantifying housing quality or some aspect of the built environment." says Corburn, "but we're not looking historically and at the present time at how these urban planning and land use decisions are being made--who's involved, what are the processes, who has access to the information.
A simple and precise method for quantifying carbohydrates in pulps should prove helpful to mills when process parameters are changed or when yield-increasing additives are introduced.
Our model provides but 1 approach for estimating foodborne illness and quantifying in estimate uncertainty.
A NIST proposed parameter and algorithm are used for quantifying the bullet signature differences between the RM bullets and a virtual standard for the bullet signatures.
During the infant stage of a relocation, the architect assists the broker in quantifying the design requirements, taking into consideration the specific needs of the client.