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the act of examining resemblances

relation based on similarities and differences

qualities that are comparable

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We defined academic comparisons as comparisons drawn by secondary school students between their own academic achievements and those of their peers.
In general, the treatment group performed statistically significantly better than the comparison group on all variables assessed.
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.
Based upon generally accepted appraisal practices, real property appraisals should be supported by adequate market data analysis using one or more of the three traditional appraisal approaches: sales comparison, income capitalization and cost.
While VA has the authority to conduct cost comparison studies and, when beneficial, to enter into contracts with commercial providers, VA may only finance cost comparison studies with funds that are legally available for this purpose.
The Growth Research Database, a repository of longitudinal academic growth and demographic data collected from Northwest Evaluation Association member districts in most states, is the machine that can make these comparisons happen.
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 (upward/downward).
This helped in standardizing the simple sample preparation, and provided uniform lighting, a previous problem in Phillips comparisons.
The comparison data is stored in tables, and the program generates detailed reports displaying the results of your comparisons and analyses.
Key comparisons carried out by the Consultative Committees (CCs) of the International Committee of Weights and Measures (CIPM) or the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM) are referred to as CIPM key comparisons.
However, the evidence for the closing of the gap comes from problematic cross-cohort comparisons, not from the tracking of a specific cohort of students from one grade to the next (a"within.
This method may ultimately enable forensic scientists to numerically score the degree of similarity between two bullet samples--as is already done in comparisons of DNA samples--rather than rely solely on the judgment of experts.
Determining the price of various storage subsystems has been subject to considerable misinterpretation, and meaningful pricing comparisons for tape and disk storage are scarce.
These comparisons can also be a compilation of skill sets (rather than specific tasks) from other executive roles to best reflect the actual combination of duties.
Oracle database interface enabling direct comparisons against other database files.