Managed Careevaluation Und Performance Measurement Integrierter Versorgungsmodelle

Author: Klaus-Jürgen Preuß
Editor: Schattauer Verlag
ISBN: 9783794520992
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Business Performance Measurement

Author: Andy Neely
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521803427
Size: 13,32 MB
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A multidisciplinary book on performance measurement that will appeal to students, researchers and managers.

Measurement

Author: Karel Berka
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789027714169
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For many years, Karel Berka has worked at some of the central problems of the theory of the sciences. At once a logician, a mathematician, a careful student of the physical sciences and the social sciences, and a sharp but sympathetic critic of the major philosophies of science in this century, Berka brings to this treatise on measurement both his technical mastery and his historical sensitivity. We appreciate his careful analysis of his predecessors, notably Helmholtz, Campbell, Holder, Bridgman, Camap, Hempel, and Stevens, and of his contemporaries such as Brian Ellis and also Patrick Suppes and J. L. Zinnes. The issues to be clarified are familiar but still troubling: how to justify the conceptual transition from classification to a metric; how to explore ways to provide a quantitative understanding of a qualitative concept; indeed how to understand, and thereby control, the Galilean enthusiasm "to measure what is measurable and to try to render measurable what is not so as yet".

Measurement Uncertainty

Author: Ronald H. Dieck
Editor: ISA
ISBN: 9781556179150
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Literally an entire course between two covers,Measurement Uncertainty: Methods and Applications, Fourth Edition, presents engineering students with a comprehensive tutorial of measurement uncertainty methods in a logically categorized and readily utilized format. The new uncertainty technologies embodied in both U.S. and international standards have been incorporated into this text with a view toward understanding the strengths and weaknesses of both. The book is designed to also serve as a practical desk reference in situations that commonly confront an experimenter. The text presents the basics of the measurement uncertainty model, non-symmetrical systematic standard uncertainties, random standard uncertainties, the use of correlation, curve-fitting problems, and probability plotting, combining results from different test methods, calibration errors, and uncertainty propagation for both independent and dependent error sources. The author draws on years of experience in industry to direct special attention to the problem of developing confidence in uncertainty analysis results and using measurement uncertainty to select instrumentation systems.

Measurement Of Volume

Author: Richard E. Lawn
Editor: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 9780854044689
Size: 11,80 MB
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"This document provides guidance on various important aspects of volume measurement as it is commonly carried out in analytical laboratories. Although the measurement of volume with such items of equipment as pipettes, graduated flasks, syringes, etc. is seemingly a routine procedure, the operation is by no means foolproof. The analyst should approach volume measurement with the same care and critical appraisal that is (or should be) applied to the more 'exciting' parts of an analytical investigation." - page 1.

Air Pollution Reference Measurement Methods And Systems

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Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080874616
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Air Pollution Reference Measurement Methods and Systems

Texture Measurement Of Foods

Author: A. Kramer
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789027703071
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Even before the publication of Special Technical Publication 433 of the American Society for Testing and Materials, it became obvious that the brief treatment given to the principles and techniques for sensory measurement and analysis of texture in that volume was all too brief; hence, a task force of ASTM Committee E-18 was formed to develop an authoritative and comprehensive volume on this most complex and important subject to provide within one cover for the student, researcher, and the food manufacturer, a definition and an understanding of the subject offood texture, as well as sensory and objective methods for its measurement. This most difficult task appeared to be possible only after the task force had obtained the assistance of special ists in the many disciplines involved, and after deciding to limit the dissertation to the measurement of texture of foods only. The task was further clarified when Dr. Finney proposed an outline of six chapters, beginning with one on definition. The second chapter was to be on principles of sensory evaluations, the third on sensory measurements, the fourth on principles of objective evaluation, the fifth on objective measurements, and the final concluding chapter on subjective-objective analogues. The first drafts of these six chapters constituted a symposium on texture presented before a joint session at the 1971 Annual Meeting of the Institute of Food Technology and the American Society for Testing and Materials.

Streamflow Measurement Third Edition

Author: Reginald W. Herschy
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 0203931394
Size: 11,14 MB
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‘Too little water or too much’? In either case streamflow measurement is crucial. Climate change could significant affect water resources and flood management. Streamflow measurement is necessary for efficient water management. This third edition deals with all the main current methods for measuring the flow in rivers and open channels, in accordance with ISO and CEN standards and to satisfy the current requirements of the International Organization for Standardization and the European Union’s Water Directive. A new chapter on the Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) is included; the chapter on uncertainties has been redrafted in accordance with the recent International Standard on uncertainties in measurement (GUM); the chapters on the Stage-Fall-Discharge method and Hydrometric Data Processing have also been updated; and a new section on flood flows has been added.

Income And Value Measurement

Author: Tom Lee
Editor: Cengage Learning EMEA
ISBN: 9781861520517
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This revised edition of Tom Lee's classic text provides students with a firm understanding of the nature of income and its relationship to capital and asset value. The book's unique interdisciplinary approach to income, the worked examples, and the updated references and further reading add to the book's value to students of both accounting and economics. This revised edition of Tom Lee's classic text provides students with a firm understanding of the nature of income and its relationship to capital and asset value. The book's unique interdisciplinary approach to income, the worked examples, and the updated references and further reading add to the book's value to students of both accounting and economics.

Performance Measurement

Author: Harry P. Hatry
Editor: The Urban Insitute
ISBN: 9780877667346
Size: 15,21 MB
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Long before reinventing government came into vogue, the Urban Institute pioneered methods for government and human services agencies to measure the performance of their programs. This comprehensive guidebook synthesizes more than two decades of Harry Hatry's groundbreaking work. It covers every component of the performance measurement process, from identifying the program's mission, objectives, customers, and trackable outcomes to finding the best indicators for each outcome, the sources of data, and how to collect them. Hatry explains how to select indicator breakouts and benchmarks for comparison to actual values, and describes numerous uses for performance information. Since the publication of the first edition in 1999, the use of performance measurement has exploded at all levels of U.S. government, in nonprofit agencies, and around the world. The new edition has been revised and expanded to address recent developments in the field, including the increased availability of computer technology in collecting and presenting information, the movement to use outcome data to improve services, and the quality control issues that have emerged as data collection has increased. It is an indispensable handbook for newcomers and an important resource for experienced managers looking to improve their use of outcome data.