RQE

AcronymDefinition
RQERequest to Exit (door controls)
RQERisk Quantification & Engineering (software)
RQERandom Quasiparticle Ensemble (physics)
RQERelative Quantum Efficiency
RQERecherche Qualité Environnementale (French: Environmental Quality Research)
RQERobust Quality Estimator
RQERegistration Quality Evaluator (radiation therapy)
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Traditional Proposed Improvement RBFNN method in precision 1 hour of 0.63 0.57 9.52% navigation error (nautical mile) 3 hours 20 1.73 1.60 7.51% minutes of navigation error (nautical mile) TABLE 4: The RQE results in airborne remote sensing experiment.
RQE analysis was carried out by adopting the same parameters setting as for the global mode (RQA), plus the definition of windows having length of 24, 150 and 300 points (1 point = 1 hour) and shifting of 24, 150 or 300 points between consecutive windows, respectively (to obtain non-superimposed windows).
Eqecat has released the newest version of its catastrophe risk modeling platform RQE, which includes multiple updates to its country, natural catastrophe, and financial models, as well as the program's work flow and technical integration.
"To create RQE v.13, we brought together some of the best science, engineering and insurance talent and perspectives from virtually every segment and geography in the global re/insurance industry to gain deeper model insight," said Dr.
Peril updates available on Risk Quantification & Engineering (RQE) version 14 are a new North Atlantic Hurricane Model, exclusion capabilities for areas in Germany predicted to flood more than once a decade, and the addition of a Workers' Compensation sub-peril for its U.S.
Fermat Capital Management announces a three-year licensing agreement for use of EQECAT's catastrophe modeling platform, RQE (Risk Quantification & Engineering) version 13, which enables insurers, reinsurers, and insurance-linked securities investors to quantify and manage the potential financial impact of natural hazards.