## What is/are Quantitative Definition?

Quantitative Definition - A quantitative definition of the flower color of potted multiflora chrysanthemums and the establishment of a standard color classification system may help us to evaluate the germplasm resources effectively.^{[1]}As a consequence, an absence of biosecurity measures affects food security (in its quantitative definition, as described above) as well as the productive, sanitary, and environmental sustainability of the rural environment.

^{[2]}The quantitative definition of biological robustness is given to overcome the difficulty of accurately measuring intracellular material concentrations.

^{[3]}Purpose To (a) validate the prognostic value of two recently proposed definitions of CLC by using a method designed to offset the shortcomings of existing evidence and (b) investigate the prognostic implications of a quantitative definition of CLC at chest CT.

^{[4]}This methodology may allow for a quantitative definition of a normal or abnormal 99m-Tc-PYP cardiac amyloid study and provide for the potential of following response to therapy.

^{[5]}Analyzed the quantitative definition of price stability, the benefits and consequences of inflation and deflation.

^{[6]}This paper first proposes a quantitative definition of abuse of market power, and then takes into account the specific data characteristics of the electricity market, and proposes a method of identifying violations of power generation companies based on improved cost-sensitive support vector machines.

^{[7]}Just a few of these scholars have attempted to formulate a quantitative definition of legal entropy, and none have provided a precise formula usable across a variety of legal contexts.

^{[8]}Gastric linitis plastica (GLP) is a descriptive term but lacks a quantitative definition.

^{[9]}The result is a quantitative definition of performance metrics with all assumptions and approximations explicitly stated.

^{[10]}The terms oligotrophic, mesotrophic, and eutrophic get frequent use in the scientific literature to designate trophic status; however, quantitative definitions in terms of chlorophyll levels are arbitrarily defined.

^{[11]}Results Among the eight possible criteria, age ≥ 65 years, average of all frequencies > 25 dB at the each sides, gap between low- and high frequencies ≥ 20 dB, and interaural difference ≤ 10 dB were the most suitable criteria to suggest a quantitative definition of ARHL audiometrically.

^{[12]}The definitions move from the traditional binary definition of consistency to more quantitative definitions, where the classical consistency is given by the highest possible level of consistency.

^{[13]},This study addresses the important role of portfolio instability and proposes a novel expected risk criterion for portfolio selection after the quantitative definition of portfolio instability.

^{[14]}It is still a problem to provide a quantitative definition of MW and apply it to the system task optimization design more effectively.

^{[15]}Quantitative definitions of what is unfair and what is fair have been introduced in multiple disciplines for well over 50 years, including in education, hiring, and machine learning.

^{[16]}Here the authors give a quantitative definition of the quantum critical region that could be applied to experimental data.

^{[17]}The study purpose was to develop a quantitative definition of HPF and apply the definition to the Food and Nutrient Database for Dietary Studies (FNDDS) to determine HPF prevalence in the US food system.

^{[18]}A quantitative definition of the conditions under which TCS selects for multidrug resistance in the environment is crucially needed.

^{[19]}In this position paper, we first present preliminary knowledge and quantitative definitions of the self-healing efficiency of materials.

^{[20]}Aims: The aim of our research was the phytochemical study of celery root odorous, quantitative definition of flavonoid, carotenoid, polysaccharides, tannin, free organic acids, essential oils and lipid.

^{[21]}We propose a quantitative definition of cratering families based on the fraction in volume of the fragments with respect to the parent body; fragmentation families are above this empirical boundary.

^{[22]}First, the quantitative definition of community structure is revisited to properly reflect positive and negative characteristics of the ties in signed networks.

^{[23]}Our results call for a rethinking of the current quantitative definition of practical classical randomness as well as the measure of randomness generated by quantum methods, which have to include bounds using the proposed inverse information embedding method.

^{[24]}However, the quantitative definition is dependent on the solids concentration of the sludge.

^{[25]}However, the quantitative definitions of epistasis vary among fields, and the analysis beyond just pairwise effects can be problematic.

^{[26]}In this article, I argue that thought experiments served a further function in economics: facilitating the quantitative definition and measurement of the theoretical concept of utility, thereby bridging the gap between theory and statistical data.

^{[27]}In this article, we discuss a quantitative definition of geometrical frustration in the context of lattice models of binary spins.

^{[28]}However, the underlying mechanism remained ambiguous due to the lack of quantitative definition of hemodynamic interference.

^{[29]}This paper introduces a logistic regression impact model by analyzing the quantitative definition of schedule compression.

^{[30]}9% (depending on the quantitative definition of fragmentation) for threatened and data deficient species, respectively, highlighting the need for improved guidance for IUCN Red List assessors on the application of this aspect of the IUCN Red List criteria.

^{[31]}This study allowed the qualitative determination of high-reactivity zones, but also the quantitative definition of kinetic and thermodynamic parameters, namely the intrinsic kinetic constant and the charge-transfer coefficient.

^{[32]}Quantitative definitions comprise correlation/regression (r2) and meta-analyses (percentage overlap of 95% confidence intervals).

^{[33]}Infectious disease reemergence is an important yet ambiguous concept that lacks a quantitative definition.

^{[34]}A quantitative definition for the land–sea (coastal) transitional area is proposed here for wave-driven areas, based on the variability and isotropy of met-ocean processes.

^{[35]}We suggest that future drought publications provide at least one of the following: 1) the climatic context of the drought period based on long-term records, 2) standardized climatic index values, 3) published metrics from drought monitoring organizations, 4) a quantitative definition of what the authors consider to be drought conditions for their system.

^{[36]}This novel, quantitative definition of the relation between structure and mechanical behaviour can be used for developments of new wheat products with targeted properties.

^{[37]}The popularity of this approach relates to the quantitative definition of risk given by Kaplan in 1981, who decomposed risk into a set of scenarios, probability of occurrence and consequences.

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## Different Quantitative Definition

The interpretation issues that arise from sampling errors, selection, and different quantitative definitions are also discussed.^{[1]}To help filling some of the existing gaps, a systematic review of the literature was conducted, through which 19 different quantitative definitions were obtained.

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## New Quantitative Definition

Then, considering the fact that the concentration of intracellular substances is difficult to measure in experiments, a new quantitative definition of biological robustness is introduced as a performance index to determine the identification parameters related to intracellular substances.^{[1]}Considering that the disparity gradient needs to be limited to a specific range to satisfy the human visual preference and comfortableness, we proposed a new quantitative definition of disparity gradient and trained the optimal disparity gradients were learned from the pilot study to enhance the viewing experience.

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## Accepted Quantitative Definition

However, the term lacks a widely accepted quantitative definition.^{[1]}A challenge in studying these phenomena is the lack of a universally accepted quantitative definition that captures both temperature anomalies and associated mortality.

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