Looks at the qualitative and quantitative
approachs to risk analysis
measurements are desirable for many purposes, a visual image with automatic comparison at the lower magnification of 30x can give information useful for many rubber products.
The first application of quantitative
synthetic polymer mass spectrometry presented involved the creation of the ideal molecular mass distribution as a test specimen for quantitative
molecular mass distribution measurement.
data usually appear in numeric form, tend to focus on the outcome of the evaluation, and mainly deal with statistics and fact gathering.
This type of evaluation is quick, inexpensive, quantitative
, and reveals a wealth of information.
However, it is fair to say that qualitative studies lack the same clear cut and objective standards for design as quantitative
Swad said most of the costs related to the requirement to provide the quantitative
information about market risk.
For all three, qualitative measures and feedback are significantly more important than are quantitative
measures of performance.
Sun, 33, creates screens of Turner's domestic and global quantitative
models and helps manage quantitative
If we take one step further and assemble a suite of quantitative
methods analyzing key metabolites from different biochemical pathways, we can transform metabolic profiling into metabolomics.
He authored a book of major importance on the theory and practice in EPMA (Electron Probe Microanalysis, Van Nostrand, NY, 1981) and was editor of several other publications, including proceedings of meetings and workshops that he organized (in particular, NBS Special Publication 298, Quantitative
Electron Probe Microanalysis, 1968, and Electron Probe Quantitation, Plenum, NY, 1991).
The result--quants say--is overconfidence, a tendency to dismiss conclusions arrived at by quantitative
methods, and a reluctance to recognize constraints on what is possible.