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Synonyms for quality

Synonyms for quality

Synonyms for quality

an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone

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a degree or grade of excellence or worth

a characteristic property that defines the apparent individual nature of something

high social status

of superior grade

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of high social status

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Bovik, "No-reference image quality assessment in the spatial domain", IEEE Trans.
Q-Master2 is available today directly from QoE for Video Quality Assessment starting at $34,990.
The Quality Assessment Department still conducts the appropriateness of treatment reviews.
Q-Master HD Video is available today directly from QoE Systems for Video Quality Assessment starting at $34,990.
The data-driven aspects of quality assessment and improvement, with the goal of performance improvement, intrigue clinicians much more than do the standards-based attribution of traditional quality assurance.
As a consequence, new speech coding, new enhancement and error concealment, and new quality assessment methods are emerging.
The Department of Education is responsible for the regulation and quality assessment of child care services across Tasmania and continues to support and monitor quality practices in early years and school age care settings.
David Zimmerman's work on QIs has provided a foundation for both internal and external quality assessment.
Quality indicators will no longer be ominous, and quality assessment will no longer be a chore.
Tenders are invited for IT Risk Management & Quality Assessment Services.
The director of quality assessment oversees the entire quality assessment/quality improvement system in our hospital and is responsible for ensuring the free flow of information to/from clinical departments and committees.
Among the many requirements emerging from this was the seemingly simple, but actually challenging, mandate to establish quality assessment and assurance (QA&A) programs.
Contract notice: External quality assessment (EQA) schemes for supporting the surveillance of Legionnaires~ disease at a European level
Day-to-day responsibilities for running the practice were transferred to a full-time practice manager, leaving the director free to concentrate on a quality assessment and improvement program.
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