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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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Several factors have helped Freilich and Universal cope with the impact of losing much of its processing space and its equipment, including its shot-blasting equipment, shears, the chopping line and seven of the Kevex analyzing units its employees have long favored.
In analyzing the data for these three cities, Schwartz found exactly the same trend identified in London, Steubenville and Philadelphia.
Analyzing the Potential of Concentrated Solar Power is a complete analysis of the lucrative technology called Concentrated Solar Power.
I use history and in particular, George Posner's (2004) book Analyzing the curriculum to explore theory more explicitly.
the leading provider of utility computing solutions for today's data centers, announced recently the availability of Optimizer, a new software product designed specifically for the task of analyzing and optimizing data center server consolidation scenarios.
Lab, an integrated software system for virtual prototyping and analyzing acoustics, noise and vibration, durability, and motion.
The instrument was useful for analyzing nonferrous materials, but the 20-cm focal length produced an unresolved continuum with specimens containing heavy metals such as iron.
Collect relevant evidence, use logical reasoning, apply imagination and creativity to the formulation of questions, and distinguish between fact and opinion when evaluating and analyzing explanations of natural phenomena.
Holland and others had previously thought of analyzing the air in amber, but they abandoned the idea, believing that the amber might have contaminated the trapped air over millions of years.
0 enables analysis of all critical factors for analyzing large scale consolidation or virtualization initiatives, including configuration, workload patterns such as CPU utilization and network and disk IO, and business constraints such as geography, business service or maintenance windows.