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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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The attribute selection is very important to reduce the time and effort for the further work such as record similarity and elimination process etc.
Following the discussion of failed views, Deveaux faces the serious challenge to provide an interpretation that consistently accounts for the attributes, God's essence, and an indivisible God.
Recognizing the tax law's complexity and perceived inconsistency regarding when to recognize, derecognize and measure tax attributes, FASB issued FIN 48 to promote greater consistency of and comparability in reporting income tax assets and liabilities.
A final attribute for discussion in the commodity-based approach to ASE is one of coordination, trust, and accountability.
If we think of the principle defining attributes of a paper grade being the following, we may find a pattern by which this could happen.
This result implies that confidence (as an attribute of expertise) has a significant impact on auditor judgments.
The aim is to obtain an idea of (1) which patterns are evident in negative image attribute responses, and (2) the relative prevalence of these attributes.
In order not to have to predicate anything of God which could be mistaken as an accidens, the Mutazilites attribute a negative meaning to every positive statement about God.
For instant, Minimal Distortion (MD) [14] is a single attribute measure and it defines the information loss as number of instances which are made indistinguishable.
No problem you can add the attribute manufacturer to your store.
The results confirmed the researchers predictions that the participants would recall more central attributes than peripheral attributes, yielding a significant main effect for attribute ccntrality, F(1, 45) = 21.
381(a)-1(b)(3)(i) states, "In a case where section 381 does not apply to a transaction, item, or tax attribute by reason of [the preceding sentence], no inference is to be drawn from the provision of section 381 as to whether any item or tax attribute shall be taken into account by the successor corporation.