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We understand transparency as something beyond disclosure, and we have tried to reflect that in our proposed measurement of transparency, inferred by some observed variables such as stakeholder engagement, CSR reporting auditor or GRI reporting, that implicitly include the concepts of relevance, understandability and timeliness of information.
End user, analysts, quality assurance###Usability###{Non Applicable}###Learnability, operability understandability,
Barlow and Morris (2007) examined library understandability from the perspective of new users by assessing their experiences at traditional libraries (those which have not been refurbished in the last five years) and at new libraries (those built between 2004 and 2006).
The book is organized into five parts: security, defensive programming, reliability, program understandability and programmer misconceptions.
First, we trial the questions against a population for understandability and answerability," he explained.
The large number of studies on the readability and understandability of informed consent forms used in health research testifies to their problematic nature and to their authors' inability to simplify them.
Montfort's missionary efforts at reminding the world of the relative ease and understandability of these palindromes convinced many of the WPC contestants to focus almost exclusively on that category.
From the standpoint of a statistician, I found the mathematical rigor to be of a very low level (for the rigor, consult some of the many references that they cite) but the understandability very high.
3) Understandability means that a person with "a reasonable understanding of government and public finance activities and of the fundamentals of governmental financial reporting," who is willing to both study a financial report "with reasonable diligence," and to apply "relevant analytical skills" should understand what is being presented.
In addition, we strongly recommend member companies consider filing their own comment letter to express the views of their companies on the practical application of the guidance, the understandability of the guidance and any kudos or concerns.
The redundant manner of presentation detracts from its logical flow of information, readability, and understandability.
2 (1980) indicates that there are five main qualitative characteristics of accounting information: understandability, relevance, reliability, comparability, and consistency.
Complementary to the fundamental qualitative characteristics, the exposure draft identifies four enhancing qualitative characteristics: comparability, verifiability, timeliness and understandability.
Based on the Board's feedback, the bylaws were given a good "read," not only for content, but for logical consistency, understandability, reflection of actual practice, language, procedure and redundancy.
I would be surprised if there was an understandability problem with a Welsh accent - so I would tell him to keep it.