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Attribution

The assignment of cause. For example, if one attributes a statement to a CEO, one says the CEO made the statement. Likewise, if one attributes a market bounce to GDP growth, one says the GDP growth caused the bounce.
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One major difficulty of this view is that if God is identical to the collection of attributes, then God is a divisible entity, for 'the attributes are really distinct from one another' (55).
Where FAS 109 provided for the financial statement recognition of tax attributes, FIN 48 provides specific guidance addressing accounting for the uncertainty of tax positions.
The attributes of a commodity approach support the key tenets of survivability, joint development and interoperability, and networked systems.
Price is important to this group too, but they are willing to consider a wider range of attributes in defining what value means to them.
When grappling with 12 attributes per automobile, students who were given 4 minutes to think about the cars and make a choice frequently didn't choose the best vehicle and immediately afterward said they were dissatisfied with the decision.
It does this by first extending metadata from the few basic attributes given by the file system to hundreds of divided, combined and customized attributes.
To an industry obsessed with dissecting transportation desires based on generational cohorts like Gen X or Millennials, he cautions, "It's more about understanding a vehicle's attributes than understanding demographics.
This RFA emphasizes priority research areas needed to promote scientific understanding of the linkages between sources, PM components and physicochemical attributes, exposure, and health effects.
Specialty papers tend to be more defined by marketing terms (short runs, limited customer base, high margins) than by technical attributes.
ABSTRACT: Prior research in psychology and auditing has established that in addition to ability, experience, and knowledge, many other attributes such as confidence and communication skills are also important to expertise.
While investigations into brand image have been plentiful, the study of negative brand image attributes has been rare.