Diversity Segmentation

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Diversity Segmentation

The use of a cost driver (which is a factor that directly contributes to a company's expenses) to account for changing demand.
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For Employment Heterogeneity, we examined heterogeneity of employment arrangements within the software development group.
If this holds true, heterogeneity has a detrimental influence on information spillovers.
Given the clinical risks of repeat tumor biopsies and the challenges associated with inter- and intratumor heterogeneity, this landmark study will enable rapid progress in our understanding of tumor evolution over time.
j] is the value of the unobserved heterogeneity term and the parameter cf is factor loadings.
This natural or individual conception of heterogeneity is perfectly consistent with Pareto's supposed methodological individualism, although it raises questions in regard to the requirement of aggregating heterogeneous individuals.
Not surprisingly then, as the field advanced, attempts to understand the heterogeneity among family firms have become more common.
Different strategies of data transformation in genetic evaluations to correct the heterogeneity of variance and production averages among cattle herds have been evaluated (CAMPELO et al.
To support the hypothesis of tumor heterogeneity, single cell genomic profiling identified genomic heterogeneity associated with the protein heterogeneity which has been identified as a resistance marker in cancer.
There was no evidence of statistical heterogeneity in the short-term trials, but there was evidence of significant heterogeneity in trials measuring treatment effects for 7 days or longer (P = .
Tumor heterogeneity describes differences between tumors of the same type in different individuals, and between cancer subpopulations within a tumor.