The relativity of happiness is based on three postulates (Veenhoven, 1991): (a) happiness results from comparison
; (b) standards of comparison
are malleable; and (c) standards of comparison
are arbitrary constructs.
One of the causes of this is that nearly all price comparison
sites rely on advertising revenue as well as sales revenue to function.
Although some of the components of School Renaissance were in the two Title I comparison
schools, they were not used consistently, and teachers had received little, if any, professional development in the model.
The tool provides the same advanced database comparison
functionality as the MS Edition (for Microsoft SQL Server) and offers the following features: graphical schema comparison
in a side by side drill down tree, highly configurable comparison
options, selective object comparisons
- to allow complete schema comparison
or only objects of interest, presentation quality formatted reports, drill down side by side comparison
of code based objects showing a line by line diff in SQL code, easily repeatable comparison
chores by the use of named session files, a robust command line interface and unattended mode, and powerful results exporting capabilities - supporting the following formats: MS Excel, PDF, HTML, Text, and XML.
The sales comparison
approach estimates market value by analyzing sales of similar properties and making logical adjustments for dissimilar characteristics.
VA employees compensated from the VHA medical care appropriation accounts performed activities in support of cost comparison
studies in connection with the CARES process, VA's evaluation of its medical center laundry facilities, and for some of the 1,626 studies referenced in VA's fiscal year 2002 PAR.
Once a district or other researcher has a project in mind, NWEA staff will find a virtual comparison
group of students from the database who match key characteristics of students in the study group.
Infants born to women in Washington State who were incarcerated and in their 30s during pregnancy weighed significantly less at birth than did those born to a comparison
group of women who were not incarcerated; for infants whose mothers were 40 or older, however, the relationship was reversed.
1998) that measured the core physical, mental, and social health dimensions as defined by the World Health Organization, and a social comparison
scale that explored about the frequency of, need for, and direction of social comparisons
of results from multiple compounds using both approaches will be described, as well as the value of rapid testing and interpretation of dispersion data.
AlfaAlfa Software has released SQL Server Comparison
The outputs of a statistical analysis of the data from a CIPM key comparison
are the key comparison
reference value, the degrees of equivalence, and their associated uncertainties.
As a result, measuring changes in the gap over a longer period of time requires some comparison
The first relevant comparison
is the total number of disk drives generated from a given raw capacity (note that raw capacity will be held constant for each comparison
The technology for making such comparisons
hasn't changed much since the 1920s, when firearms examiners started using so-called comparison