DQI

AcronymDefinition
DQIData Quality Improvement (Federal Data Quality Guide)
DQIData Quality and Integrity (Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu; UK)
DQIData Quality Indicators
DQIDesign Quality Indicator (Construction Industry Council; UK)
DQIDesign Quorum, Inc. (Canada)
DQIDrug Quality and Information (US Pharmacopeia)
DQIDigital Quartz Inertial
DQIData Quality Index
DQIDéveloppement Qualité et Informatique (French: Data Quality and Development)
DQIData Qualifying Information
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The evaluated variables were plant height (H); diameter of the stem (SD); leaf dry mass (LDM); stem dry mass (SDM); shoot dry mass (SHDM); principal root dry mass (PRDM); secondary root dry mass (SRDM); total root dry mass (TRDM); total dry mass (TDM); shoot height: diameter ratio (SHDR), shoot: root ratio (SRR) and quality index of Dickson (DQI).
Therefore, the evaluation scores for the indicators according to Table 1 are {3.0, 5.0, 4.0, 4.0, 3.0, 5.0, 3.0}, and thus its DQI is 3.85.
By using the 2008-2009 HBS, this study adds a new analytical approach to the understanding of BFP impacts and to evaluating the DQI. There are analyses of the estimated impact of the BFP in various areas, but none related to DQI, nor using the HBS data.
For the assessment of this category, we have adopted a coding scheme that borrows elements from the DQI and from Papacharissi's (2004) distinction, as well as from the procedures suggested by Wales and her contributors (2010).
Chapter four outlines the contradicting results from the DQI. On one hand, deliberative quality scores high: claims are often substantiated, participants are provided opportunities to speak, and agents exhibit mutual respect (pp.
The reliability band of [[DELTA].sup.(j).sub.i] obtained from [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in (22) and the standard deviation of DQI, ([[sigma].sub.DQI]), is also calculated.
developed a Discourse Quality Index (DQI) for assessing authenticity based on Habermasian discourse ethics (open participation; mutual justification; concern with common good or enhancing the welfare of the least advantaged; mutual respect; shared aim for rationally motivated consensus) (2003: 24-26).
In this study we are analysing the relationship between three different approaches of diet quality indices including: index base don the food groups, which is the Australian Recommended Food Score (ARFS), and nutrients-based approach, the Diet Quality Index (DQI).
The routine was implemented to obtain the SQI by means of statistical treatment of variables that generated a Domestic Quality Index (DQI) and a Social Inclusion Index (SII).