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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2014Quantifying the qualitative: Eliciting expert input to develop the Multidimensional Poverty Assessment ToolCOHEN Alasdair; SAISANA Michaela
2007Quantifying Uncertainties in Optical Measurements of StrainALBRECHT DANIEL; WHELAN MAURICE; HACK Erwin; PATTERSON E.a.
2004Quantitative Analysis of Tissues of the Central Nervous System in Food Products by GFAP-ELISA Test Kit. Results of an Interlaboratory Study.AGAZZI Marie-elisabeth; BARRERO MORENO J. m.; VON HOLST Christoph; LUECKER E.; ANKLAM Elke
2013Quantitative and qualitative approaches in Future-oriented Technology Analysis (FTA): From combination to integration?HAEGEMAN Karel; MARINELLI ELISABETTA; SCAPOLO Fabiana; RICCI Andrea; SOKOLOV Alexander
2013Quantitative Assessment of Securitisation DealsCAMPOLONGO Francesca; JOENSSON BENGT HENRIK BREDVAD; SCHOUTENS Wim
2009A Quantitative Assessment of the Compatibility of Ultra Wideband with Broadband Wireless Access and Radar ServicesCANO PONS EDUARDO; FORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim; ALMOROX GONZALEZ PABLO; RABBACHIN ALBERTO; FUEHRER Detlef
2010A Quantitative Assessment of the Compatibility of Ultra Wideband with Radiolocation ServicesFORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim; RABBACHIN ALBERTO; CANO PONS EDUARDO; FUEHRER Detlef; ALMOROX Pablo
2010Quantitative Assessment of the Impact of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan on the European Power SectorWIESENTHAL Tobias; MERCIER Arnaud; SCHADE BURKHARD; PETRIC Hrvoje; SZABO Laszlo
2005Quantitative Determination of Roundup Ready soybean (Glycine max) Extracted from Highly Processed FlourCORBISIER PHILIPPE; TRAPMANN STEFANIE; GANCBERG DAVID; HANNES Elisabeth; VAN IWAARDEN Pierre; BERBEN Gilbert; SCHIMMEL HEINZ; EMONS HENDRIK
2013Quantitative determination of the biodistribution of nanoparticles: could radiolabelling be the answer?LLOP Jordi; GÓMEZ-VALLEJO Vanessa; GIBSON Peter
2011Quantitative estimation of settlement density and limits based on textural measurementsPESARESI Martino; HALKIA Stamatia; OUZOUNIS GEORGIOS
2008Quantitative Global Model for Armed Conflict Risk AssessmentKAYITAKIRE FRANCOIS; BURNLEY CLEMENTINE EWOKOLO; BUDA Dirk
2001Quantitative Image Analysis as in Vitro Embrytoxicity Endpoint Based on a Novel Embryonic Stem Cell Clone with Endoderm Related GFP Expression.PAPARELLA Martin; KOLOSSOV Eugen; FLEISCHMANN Bernd; HESCHELER Juergen; BREMER S.
2009A Quantitative In Vitro Approach to Study the Intracellular Fate of Gold Nanoparticles: From Synthesis to CytotoxicityPONTI Jessica; COLOGNATO Renato; FRANCHINI Fabio; GIORIA Sabrina; SIMONELLI Federica; ABBAS Kamel; UBOLDI C.; KIRKPATRICK C. J.; HOLZWARTH Uwe; ROSSI Francois
1999A Quantitative Model-Independent Method for Global Sensitivity Analysis of Model Output.SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA Stefano; CHAN Karen
2010A quantitative Monte Carlo Modelling of the Uranium and Plutonium X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Response from a Hybrid K-Edge/K-XRF DensitometerBERLIZOV Andrey; SHARIKOV D.; OTTMAR H.; EBERLE Heinrich; GALY Jean; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus
2014Quantitative NDA Measurements of Multi-Actinide Oxide FuelsGODDARD Braden; CHARLTON William; PEERANI Paolo
2002Quantitative Neutron Capture Resonance Analysis Verified with Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis.BLAAUW M.; POSTMA H.; MUTTI Paolo
2010Quantitative Quality Assessment of the Greenhouse Gas Inventory for Agriculture in EuropeLEIP Adrian
2011A quantitative review of the effects of biochar application to soils on crop productivity using meta-analysisJEFFERY Simon; VERHEIJEN Frank; VAN DER VELDE Marijn; BASTOS Ana Catarina
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