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EVAEconomic Value Added
EVAExtravehicular Activity (US NASA)
EVAEnterprise Virtual Array (Compaq)
EVAEvangelion (Japan Anime)
EVAEthylene Vinyl Acetate
EVAEthyl Vinyl Acetate
EVAExcellence in Visual Arts (various locations)
EVAEthisch Vegetarisch Alternatief (Belgian vegetarian movement)
EVAEn Vele Andere (Dutch: and many more)
EVAEuropese Vrijhandelsassociatie (NL)
EVAEthylene Vinyl Alcohol
EVAEquine Viral Arteritis
EVAEuropean Visual Archive
EVAEnterprise Virtual Array
EVAElectronic Voice Alert
EVAEvent and Alarm (software)
EVAElectric Vehicle Association
EVAEarned Value Analysis
EVAEnergieverwertungsagentur (Austrian Energy Agency)
EVAExtreme Value Analysis (ultrasonic testing)
EVAEnglish Volleyball Association
EVAEmergency Vehicle Access (California)
EVAElectronic Visualisation and the Arts
EVAEfficient Vehicle Assessor
EVAEnglish Voyage Academy (Whitianga, NZ)
EVAEnvironmental Acoustics
EVAElectronic Video Agent (Command & Conquer game)
EVAEnlarged Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome
EVAEuropean Visual Archive project
EVAEtileno-Vinil Acetato
EVAEnglish Vocabulary Assistant (Kyoto Notre Dame University)
EVAEigenvector Algorithm (for blind equalization)
EVAEscort Vessel Administration (US Navy)
EVAElectromagnetic Valve Actuation
EVAEnvironmental Vulnerability Assessment (Gemany)
EVAExternal Vulnerability Assessment
EVAExtended Virtual Agent (gaming community)
EVAError Volume Analysis
EVAElectronic Visual Aid
EVAExtended Visit Authorization
EVAExpert Virtual Answers (AT&T Broadband)
EVAElectronic Vault Access
EVAEuclidean Viterbi Algorithm
EVAEmergency Vision Assurance system
EVAEuropean Venture Academy
EVAExtensive Vocabulary of Acronyms
EVAEnhanced Vulnerability Assessment
EVAEnterprise View A
EVAEuropean Vermiculite Association
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A new notation for the earned value analysis is presented in Cioffi (2006) to make EVM mathematics more transparent and flexible.
Added possibility for Earned Value Analysis - including CV, SV, CPI, SPI, ACWP, BCWP, BCWS related values
Furthermore, it was suggested that the company use an Earned Value Analysis (EVA) tool to monitor the cost and schedule overruns and adjust project tasks, schedules and resources accordingly.
The answer is a technique known as earned value analysis (also called EVMS for earned value management systems).