Definitions for "Methods"
Actions or techniques that result in an individual inflicting self-harm (eg, asphyxiation, jumping, overdose).
actions or techniques which result in an individual inflicting self-harm (i.e., asphyxiation, overdose, jumping)
A mail-out/mail-back survey of about 22,000 retail businesses with paid employees, supplemented by administrative data to account for nonemployer businesses. The employer sample is drawn from the Business Register, which contains all Employer Identification Numbers (EINs) and listed establishment locations. Firms are first statified by major kind of business and estimated sales. All firms with sales above applicable size cutoffs are selected into the survey and report for all their retail industry EINs. In a second stage, unselected EINs are statified by major kind of business and sales, and randomly selected from each strata. The sample is updated quarterly to reflect employer business "births" and "deaths"; adding new employer businesses identified in the Business and Professional Classification Survey and deleting firms and EINs when it is determined they are no longer active. There is about a 9 month delay before new firms can be represented in the sample. To account for births during this interim period, data are imputed for all EINs that go out of business but are still active on the IRS mailing list.
The Annual Survey of Manufactures includes approximately 55,000 establishments selected from the census universe of 350,000 manufacturing establishments. Some 25,000 large establishments are selected with certainty, and some 30,000 other establishments are selected with probability proportional to a composite measure of establishment size. The survey is updated from two sources; Internal Revenue Service administrative records are used to include new single-unit manufacturers and the Company Organization Survey identifies new establishments of multi-unit forms.
The Census Bureau provides aggregate statistics to the NSF who has primary responsibility for releasing the data.
Keywords:  hdbk, relex, bellcore, mtbf, mil
Ways or procedures.
(Also referred to as Calculation Methods.) An additional tool that can be used in the analysis of Relex Reliability Prediction calculations. Calculation Methods can be used to take into account burn-in, laboratory, and test data when calculating failure rate and MTBF for a system. The Calculation Methods used by Relex are based on those outlined in the "Bellcore Reliability Prediction Procedure for Electronic Equipment", but in Relex they can be used for both Bellcore and MIL-HDBK-217 calculations.
behaviors associated with an object.
3.2|] [ X1| X1.1] [ IE|||] Standards Details: NA Required? No Description: This attribute should specify methods to be used in accessing the destination, as a whitespace-separated list of names. For similar reasons as for the TITLE attribute, it may be useful to include the information in advance in the link. For example, the browser may choose a different rendering display (possibly a special icon) for a destination that is searchable. None of the popular browsers ever implemented this attribute and it has since disappeared from the HTML 3.2 recommendation. Values: The set of applicable names is a function of the protocol scheme of the URL in the HREF attribute.
The segments of program code, or functions, tied to an object.
Endpoint/Measurement parameters/Methodology genotoxicity/ mutation: DNA damage; DNA repair efficiency ( comet assay) investigated material: DNA/ RNA ( in vitro), cell lysates time of investigation: after exposure
Keywords:  ourmethod, ourclass, def, api, core
Core API Class and instance methods # instance method def ourmethod do something end # may be used with private, public # class method def Ourclass.ourmethod do something end
can be seen as a particular mode of using media and media combinations within the context of a confined activity. A method can (but need not) be and element in a methodology. Examples of methods include a workshop, a discussion group, a farm visit, a priority ranking (an element of e.g. PRA) (source: Leeuwis, 2004).
Keywords:  ema, specialty
a specialty of EMA
The second section of an IMRAD paper. Its purpose is to describe the experiment in such detail that a competent colleague
an important activity area of NTNUs Industrial Ecology Programme, including the new international Master of Science programme
Ways of finding and studying information.
The dimension of understanding that considers healthy skepticism, and the ways in which disciplinary knowledge is built and judged (i.e., the processes of knowledge creation and validation). (see also "Dimensions of Understanding in this Glossary")
Summarize in your own words what you did, what materials you used, and what instruments you used. Describe the work so someone else could duplicate it.
Keywords:  step, good, first
a good first step