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Analysis

The practice of examining information to determine what conclusions it indicates,. The information observed in analysis depends on the type of analysis being conducted. For example, technical analysis uses statistics to determine future price movements of securities, while fundamental analysis looks at indicators of a company's intrinsic value. Analysis may involve qualitative or quantitative information, or both. Most forms of analysis have both strengths and weaknesses.
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More interest in leveraging The same model for multiple analyses
For comparison with the base silica sieve analysis, two other sieve analyses are required: the AFS sieve analysis without clay plus the total percent weight of all AFS clay (washed molding sand - WMS) and the dried agglomerated sieve analysis (unwashed molding sand - UWMS).
Once approved, these analyses became the manual of standard operating procedures for all drug testing performed in the State.
Color or shade-coded analyses of stress and/or deformation levels can be provided.
These analyses cover the fill, hold and cooling stages so that conditions within the mold are monitored until the part is ejected.
In the off-drug follow-up period for patients in the APPROVe study, there was not a statistically significant difference in the risk of confirmed thrombotic cardiovascular events in patients who had previously taken VIOXX compared to those who had previously taken placebo, according to preliminary analyses announced today by the study sponsor, Merck & Co.
Furthermore, the experience level of the people performing analyses is decreasing due to hiring constraints, further exposing the need for tools that improve the validation and communication of results.
The virtual connectors are new, knowledge-based tools that make it easy for analysis users to perform complex assembly analyses without difficult and time-consuming connector modeling.
QlikView 7 extends QlikTech's vision of simplifying analysis for everyone by offering business analysis that can be deployed in days, where users can be trained in minutes, and where end users have the freedom to be more creative in their analyses.
COSMOSWorks 2005 also simplifies common analyses, such as bolted connections, that are time consuming to model in high-end analysis software.
Recent pseudo-dynamic approaches attempt to approximate instantaneous behavior by performing multiple successive static analyses within a clock cycle, ignoring inductance and decoupling capacitance effects.

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