CFAR

AcronymDefinition
CFARCenter for AIDS Research
CFARCash Flow At Risk
CFARConstant False Alarm Rate
CFARCollège Français des Anesthésistes Réanimateurs
CFARCollaborative Forecasting and Replenishment
CFARChamber of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
CFARCenter for Analytical Rigor (industry partnership)
CFARComprehensive Financial Aid Report (education)
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Al analizar el CFaR sin involucrar la flexibilidad se encuentra que representa un valor de $ COP 37,9 millones de pesos, lo que significa que, con un 95% de confianza, este es el costo maximo posible para mantener en tratamiento de IR a un paciente.
"If we want to stop the HIV epidemic, then we must know the mechanisms by which HIV uses human sex to spread," said principal investigator Davey Smith, MD, MAS, associate professor of medicine in UCSD's Division of Infectious Diseases and in the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System, and director of the CFAR Viral Pathogenesis Core.
Many researches have already proven the efficiency of EaR as well as CFaR to estimate risk exposure of non-financial firms.
In a separate story The Times (February 25, 2006) reported on a study by the Center for Advocacy and Research (CFAR), which found that the number of homemakers in India stayed about the same from 1995 through 2004.
Larry Hirschhorn is a founder and principal with CFAR (Center for Applied Research, Inc.), a management consulting firm in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Address for correspondence: Kimberly Sessions, Emory Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), 1518 Clifton Rd.
El recientemente desarrollado Collaborative Forecasting and Replenishment (CFAR), es un nuevo sistema interorganizacional que permite a los detallistas y fabricantes prever la demanda y programar conjuntamente la produccion (Raghunathan 1999).
In partnership with the Center for Applied Research (CFAR), Philadelphia, the ASAE Foundation produced three research-based abstracts: "Creating the Stickiness of Community: 10 Fundamentals"; "People Make It Work: The Social Fabric of Community on the Web"; and "10 Measures of a Successful Association Community," available at www.asaenet.org/foundation.
The first step toward CPFR dates back to 1995, when Wal-Mart and Warner-Lambert developed CFAR, a collaborative forecasting and replenishment project, to find a better way to ensure product would be available on the shelf according to customer demand.
Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (CPFR), sometimes referred to as Collaborative Forecasting and Replenishment (CFAR), states that the customer should participate in and contribute to internal budgeting and forecasting.