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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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At the foundation of this belief is a total reliance on the scientific principles of isolation, repeatability, quantifiability, and plausibility.
They favor all the virtues laid out in textbooks of standard methodology: testability, evidential support, precision, quantifiability, consistency, intersubjectivity, repeatability, universality, progressiveness, independence of cultural milieu, and so on.
SLOC was selected early as a metric by researchers, no doubt due to its quantifiability and seeming objectivity.
But we should also not overstate the quantifiability problem for regulatory budgeting.
This conception allows the quantifiability of evil--as in "the lesser of two evils"--construing its metric as a compound one, combining that of wrongness with that of pleasure.
The lack of quantifiability, however, means the effect of poor design on belief probability, fact probability, and sampling error probability cannot be measured.
This emphasis on the former factors stems from the need to legitimate the practice of software design as a science; as such, quantifiability and reproducibility are pushed to the fore.