Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Wertheim cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: An outcome analysis of self-expandable metallic stents in central airway obstruction: a cohort study...
Bài giảng Chapter 12: The External Environment: Opportunities, Threats, Industry Competition, and Competitor Analysis với các hoạt chính như: Identifying early signals of environmental changes and trends; Detecting meaning through ongoing observations of environmental changes and trends; Developing projections of anticipated outcomes based on monitored changes and trends;... Hy vọng tài liệu là nguồn thông tin hữu ích cho quá trình học tập và nghiên cứu của các bạn.
Subjectivity analysis is a rapidly growing ﬁeld of study. Along with its applications to various NLP tasks, much work have put efforts into multilingual subjectivity learning from existing resources. Multilingual subjectivity analysis requires language-independent criteria for comparable outcomes across languages. This paper proposes to measure the multilanguage-comparability of subjectivity analysis tools, and provides meaningful comparisons of multilingual subjectivity analysis from various points of view. ...
So far, we assumed there’s no uncertainty in the world. But, in reality, these payoffs are uncertain, most business outcomes are uncertain as well. In this chapter, we will learn: Risk analysis, Moral Hazard/Principal-Agent Problem. Inviting you to refer.
Learning outcomes of this chapter: Distinguish between financial reporting quality and quality of reported results (including quality of earnings, cash flow, and balance sheet items); describe a spectrum for assessing financial reporting quality; distinguish between conservative and aggressive accounting;...
Homologous recombination is a very important cellular process, as it pro-vides a major pathway for the repair of DNA double-strand breaks. This
complex process is affected by many factors within cells. Here, we have
studied the effect of monovalent cations (K
, and NH4
) on the
outcome of recombination events, as their presence affects the biochemical
activities of the proteins involved in recombination as well as the structure
Social Event Radar is a new social networking-based service platform, that aim to alert as well as monitor any merchandise flaws, food-safety related issues, unexpected eruption of diseases or campaign issues towards to the Government, enterprises of any kind or election parties, through keyword expansion detection module, using bilingual sentiment opinion analysis tool kit to conclude the specific event social dashboard and deliver the outcome helping authorities to plan “risk control” strategy. ...
We present a user requirements study for Question Answering on meeting records that assesses the difficulty of users questions in terms of what type of knowledge is required in order to provide the correct answer. We grounded our work on the empirical analysis of elicited user queries. We found that the majority of elicited queries (around 60%) pertain to argumentative processes and outcomes.
A computerized conference (CC) is a form of co~znunication in which participants type into and read frc~ a computer terminal. The participants may be on line at the same time--termed a "synchrononous" conference, or may interact anynchronous~. The conversation is stored and mediated by the computer.
Chapter 4 – Probability concepts. This chapter define a random variable, an outcome, an event, mutually exclusive events, and exhaustive events; explain the two defining properties of probability; distinguish among empirical, subjective, and a priori probabilities; state the probability of an event in terms of odds for or against the event;...
In this chapter you will learn about the tools and techniques necessary to perform usecase modeling to document system requirements. Capturing and documenting system requirements have proved to be critical factors in the outcome of a successful information systems development project. Documenting the requirements from the perspective of the users in a manner that they can understand promotes user involvement, which greatly enhances the probability for the success of the project.
Chapter 6 - Modeling system requirements with use cases. In this chapter you will learn about the tools and techniques necessary to perform usecase modeling to document system requirements. Capturing and documenting system requirements have proved to be critical factors in the outcome of a successful information systems development project. Documenting the requirements from the perspective of the users in a manner that they can understand promotes user involvement, which greatly enhances the probability for the success of the project.
(BQ) Part 2 book has contents: Financial statement analysis - assets; financial statement analysis - liabilities, corporate finance; equity investments - securities markets; equity investments - industry and company analysis; fixed income investments - basic concepts,...and other contents.
CFA Level 1 Schweser Notes 2014 - Book 3 Financial reporting and analysis. The following material is a review of the Financial reporting and analysis principles designed to address the learning outcome statements set forth by CFA institute.
This book is intended primarily for use in a second-semester course in graduate
econometrics, after a ﬁrst course at the level of Goldberger (1991) or Greene (1997).
Parts of the book can be used for special-topics courses, and it should serve as a
My focus on cross section and panel data methods—in particular, what is often...
Knowledge management systems (KMS) have been implemented in many organizations, yet
little research exists to guide their successful development and implementation in practice. In
fact, while some firms achieve successful outcomes with regard to their IT endeavours, others
continue to fall victim to the technology productivity paradox. Further, little is known about
the diversity of both systems and organizations that have successfully implemented them.
In everyday life we are often forced to make decisions involving risks and
perceived opportunities. The consequences of our decisions are affected by the
outcomes of random variables that are to various degrees beyond our control. Such
decision problems arise, for instance, in financial and insurance markets.