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RiskLens provides cyber risk quantification software.
It is of course easy to see why one might want to begin a book on the ontological commitments of second-order quantification with a discussion of ontological commitment in general, and everything Kramer says in Part I is very plausible and very carefully worked through; however, it is not clear to me that everything dealt with in Part I is needed for Kramer's eventual defense of second-orderism.
org, and click "Verification, Validation, and Uncertainty Quantification.
The clinical paradigm for evaluating patients relies on evaluation of the immunoglobulin in serum and urine by protein electrophoresis and immunofixation as well as quantification by nephelometry.
Dr Eric Tordiffe, project manager of the underground water quantification project carried out by the Namibian Groundwater Resource Consultants, says another challenge they are facing is to create awareness on the vulnerability of groundwater resources in Namibia.
This collection contains sixteen essays on various aspects of medical quantification broadly considered, in addition to a brief introduction and a concluding overview.
If a risk is capable of bankrupting the company, quantification of such a risk is unnecessary.
A liquid chromatography--tandem mass spectrometry multiresidue method for quantification of specific metabolites of organophosphorus pesticides, synthetic pyrethroids, selected herbicides, and DEET in human urine.
IST for GC/MS is said to employ a powerful set of algorithms created specifically for ultra-fast, high-sensitivity compound identification and quantification, even in contaminated samples.
The background chapters are followed by chapters on quantification, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), mutation detection, and application of the various chemistries to clinical use in pathogen detection, gene expression,
The instrument comes pre-calibrated for quantification of the presence of cadmium, lead, chromium, antimony, tin, mercury, bromine, and other elements.
The concept of uncertainty is very useful in quantifying tax risk to the extent it is possible to do such quantification.

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