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The similarity of quantitative CRI with different fundamental units is measured by using a standard transform formula:
It's the idea that the individual is sovereign, an end in himself, and the fundamental unit of moral concern.
It is postulated in this study that in order for three constants to be fundamental, one must be able to express the fundamental units of mass, length and time in terms of them.
What is the fundamental unit of evolutionary change?
The final surprise I'll mention is that Leibniz's system of doing physics, which is based on fundamental units called monads, has got a few things in common with the modern notion of computational physics, or "it from bit." Furthermore, Leibniz's rejection of the concept of absolute space and time, which for a long time seemed a little bit loony to people, enjoyed a revival beginning with Ernst Mach.
It goes on to define the fundamental units of epidemiology: incidence and prevalence, rates, risks, measures of association and impact, and bias.
Again, these are only proposals due to the nature of fundamental units and must be accepted or changed by the users of knowledge units.
The text is split into five parts that cover the following: introduction, perspectives on inquiry, fundamental units, processes and functions (types of communication) and contexts.
These visualisations serve an argument structured by gestus and hieroglyphic which tries to identify 'the fundamental units of the mixed arts' and searches for 'a deep concord among artistic media' (p.
All measuring units for the electric quantities are derived in this system from three fundamental units, those of length, mass and time, which currently are chosen to be the centimeter, the gram, and the second.
Even when scientists back away from unidirectional and exclusive causal language and the metaphor of genes as "blueprints," they often refer to genes as the "fundamental units" of life, containing "all the information needed" or "the program" for development.
This discipline, financial engineering, approaches complex risks by analytically breaking them into more fundamental units that can be measured, priced and recombined.

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