To reflect the relative importance of one criterion
compared to others, weighted values are assigned to the criteria.
For the past eight years, Image had split retail distribution of the Criterion
titles with Home Vision, which had a separate 50-50 joint venture with Criterion
In describing a "purpose" criterion
, the site asks under section 2, "Are the aims of the site clear?
The exchange rate mechanism criterion
requires participation in ERM II within the normal fluctuation bands for two years.
2] values being significantly higher in each criterion
area than [time.
But ultimately a social-worth criterion
for deciding who gets on the waiting list for a transplant and who among these actually receives an available organ is fundamentally flawed and unethical.
Of the programs that do not comply, 64% are only one criterion
shy, 17% are two criteria shy, 17% are three criteria shy and 1% fail on all four criteria.
identifies 13 distinct mortgage credit dimensions in order to project loan level defaults.
according to the lots, the criteria for evaluating the offers are as follows: for lot 1 and 6: - criterion
1 (coefficient: 55%): quality of supply.
It would seem an obvious criterion
to most librarians struggling with budgets that are inadequate to provide for the purchase of the never-ending flow of desirable information products.
Meeting the purpose criterion
demonstrates that the activity's purpose includes accomplishing program or management and general functions.
When it comes to laser discs, no company comes close to the Criterion
Despite price being the most important criterion
on average in choosing a vendors solutions, there are some marginal yet significant variations by geography.
1 to the technical value criterion
work program definition of criterion
1 to the ~technical value~ criterion
weighted in its overall value at 60% 10% -
The problem here is that retrieval size rather than usefulness or relevance to need or subject becomes the most important (if not the only) criterion