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Enhancement

An innovation that has a positive impact on one or more of a firm's existing products.

Enhancement

Any change that leads to an increase in the value of any good, service, or product. Two obvious examples of enhancement are a decrease in supply and an increase in demand.

enhancement

An increase; a betterment.
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Villar noted full benefits of the facility will be felt by motorists once the enhancement program has been finished.
After an astronomically immense number of conflicting results (a trend which perpetuates to this day) an emerging consensus is being reached that any unwonted enhancement of k appears to be due to nanoparticles aggregation.
On the other hand, there is pressure from the community to prescribe enhancement therapies in cases where there is no specific diagnosis present.
We are interested in the idea that enhancements might also be used to solve part of the asymmetric information problems that may plague the securitization process.
Implicit enhancement is a new technology that enhances SAP's standard objects such as includes, function modules, forms, global classes and all source code units.
The amounts are greater than the volume for Jobs Act loans over the same period because they exclude some loans that were not eligible for one or more Jobs Act enhancements.
He considers many of the arguments that Sandel discussed, such as enhancements as going against the unconditional acceptance of children and the anti-perfectionism case.
Pursuant to the agreement, Ocular engineers have been trained on DuPont Vertk display panels manufacturing technology and direct bonding techniques at the DuPont Display Enhancement's facility in Shenzhen, China.
(4) However, while biomedical enhancements do not produce dramatic improvements on specific tasks, their effects are typically broad.
The enhancements reflect consumer subscriber demands based on a recent Carrier Communications Application Market Study commissioned by the company and conducted by Harris Interactive.
This opening rhetorical reflection provides a compressed version of Harris's general argument on enhancements through medical interventions: Having embarked on the path of "making better people" through education, athletic camps, music lessons, and the like, it's not possible to claim these ends are offlimits to the medical enterprise; indeed, we are more likely to succeed through medical and biotechnological methods.
My principal association with biomedical enhancements has been in connection with sport as a member of the International Olympic Committee and, from 1997 to 2007, as chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency.