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causal

adjective causative, compelling, conductive, constitutive, creative, determinant, determinative, effectual, formative, generating, generative, inception, inducing, influential, institutive, instrumental, originating, originative, productive
Associated concepts: causal connection, causal negligence, causal relationship
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While none of the ERM systems on the market today leverage causal modeling, the technique shows great promise for addressing a ranged if highly complex problems--including ERM.
As a largely "confirmatory" analysis, causal modeling requires a particular prioritizing of analytical tasks that leads to other fundamental problems.
Acknowledgment: An abbreviated version of this paper was presented at the Causal Modeling Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, March 3, 1994.
Few businesses can keep up with cutting-edge analytical tools like causal modeling without outside consulting assistance.
Now in much of the causal modeling literature it is assumed that relationships are not just additive, but linear.
Advanced capabilities for intelligent planning, forecasting with causal modeling and tracking of mitigation actions enable you to harness this information while adapting in new situations to avert threats and realize opportunities.
Key words: causal modeling, directed acyclic graphs, organochlorines, polychlorinated biphenyls, risk estimation, serum lipids.
Using a sample (n=127) of Indian employees, this current study makes a significant contribution to the existing and emerging literature on the linkage between organizational identification and behavioral outcomes by utilizing causal modeling in investigating the data for analysis.
Judea Pearl is being honored for seminal contributions to artificial intelligence and, in turn, its applications, by building a firm mathematical and theoretical foundation through ground-breaking work in heuristic search, reasoning under uncertainty, constraint processing, nonmonotonic reasoning, and causal modeling.
A previous study that differentiated the various ethical concepts applied causal modeling techniques to reveal that having studied in university for longer time contributed to the student's ethical reasoning (Cheung & Scherling, 1998).