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Quantify

To express economic, market or other research directly in terms of mathematical data. Quantitative factors include facts such a P/E ratios, GDP growth, and other data that are objectively measurable. See also: Qualitative research.
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The meticulously planned and scalable software solutions provided by Quantify IP were available to the new attendees and other global IP professionals who made their visit to the AIPLA's conference.
But more likely he will be trying to quantify something that is not quantifiable.
However, GCM 38786 also contemplates the filing of protective claims when expiration of the refund SOL is imminent and the taxpayer is unable either to submit the supporting statements required by the regulations or to precisely quantify the claim (i.
As the basis for concurrent engineering studies to provide guidance to the design team in simplifying the product structure, reduce manufacturing and assembly costs and to quantify the improvements.
One of the key remaining questions relates to the method itself: QPCR relies solely on the presence of DNA to quantify organisms, so pathogens are detected even if they are dead and thus harmless.
The CPA must take the next step: to determine and quantify how important that activity is to the company's strategic objectives.
The goals of allergy testing and immunotherapy are to accurately identify and quantify each antigen to which the patient is allergic so that a therapeutic approach can be designed to provide symptom relief in a safe but expedient manner.
The trouble is that it's been nearly impossible to quantify that "costs more" thing-until now, that is.
The cost-savings numbers are often harder to quantify, aren't they?
Soft words that are hard to quantify are the pillars behind which agendas hide.
OneSpin Solutions, an EDA company that provides innovative formal assertion-based verification solutions, today announced Quantify MDV, the industry's first formal metric-driven verification (MDV) solution that automatically and comprehensively analyzes and measures formal verification progress and quality in register transfer level (RTL) designs.