TMAI

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TMAITransport Mpls Adapted Information
TMAITibetan Medical and Astrological Institute
TMAITell Me About It
TMAITreasury Management Association of Indiana
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TMAI's clients will still have the same team working for them, but with the resources of Hilb behind them, said TMAI president Angela Martin, whose family founded the business.
Although TMAI is the clustering method as defined above, to apply this measure we must specify the benchmarks that may be a real or hypothetical object.
The TMAI Course is a Department of Defense (DoD) course designed to teach law-enforcement members from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and DoD police the components of an accident investigation.
Instructors for the TMAI Course train four international mobile training teams annually.
Our mission is to provide the best quality instruction to all MWD handlers and TMAI students.
The paper analyzes the synthetic development measure TMAI, GDM, and BZW.
The ratio, like TMAI, is standardized and reaches values ranging from 0 to 1.
In the variant with weights, in the case of the Spearman rank correlation coefficient there is a stronger relation for TMAI than GDM.
In the variant with weights, greater conformity in time for synthetic variables was obtained for TMAI. Only for the years 2000 and 2001, the [W.sub.1] value for GDM was lower, and for the period II 2002 and III 2002-[W.sub.2] was lower.
Moreover, poor (bad) quality of statistical data, which is a base for classification with the TMAI measure, have an impact on the low level of synthetic measures.
The research proves the linear ranking methods (TMAI, GDM, and BZW) enable us to construct a stable-in-time classification of companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, which opens up a possibility to construct an appropriate base of companies for the portfolio analysis, taking into consideration its long-term and fundamental character.