In this example, five companies, including HEQ
and TJB, created a permissioned network.
TRL (iii) XSHR (iv) YSHR (v) AFTRA (vi) SCAL (vii) CROP (viii) GANO (ix) S&PNO (x) SPNO (xi) SPBL (xii) MOBL (xiii) HEQ
(xiv) JPEGC (xv) AVGFL.
To account for the 80.1% increase in citations and changes in the number of source articles in this study, the source articles for 1991-1993 in HEQ
, JACH, JHE, and JSH were tallied by this study's authors to determine if there was a difference in categories used for source article types between this and the prior study.
describes these situations as cognitive roadblocks.
I studied the content of both the History of Education Quarterly (HEQ
) and the Comparative Education Review (CER) from their inceptions until 2005.
During his peak years as measured by those with an offensive HEQ
(see point #8 below) greater than 300, Hodges' teams had a winning percentage of .591, while Perez's was .576.
As a result, when gathering HEQ
it is critical to present the data in a manner that also keeps the different groups separate.
Called the Hoban Effectiveness Quotient (HEQ
), it comprises two formulas, one for a player's offense and the other for his defense.
Specifically, our portfolio includes the following allocations: 20% BBB rated HEQ
, 20% BBB rated CDO notes, and 10% each of BBB, BBB-, and BB rated CMBS, BBB private RMBS, BBB equipment, and BBB corporate paper.
Take this car care test and then compare the human equivalent (HEQ
) for your body.