derived information

derived information

A parameter such as angle, range, position, velocity, etc. is said to be derived in the first receiver or other sensor in which that parameter exists or is capable of existing without reference to further information.
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For secondary research, analysts derived information from company websites, annual reports, financial reports, broker reports, and investor presentations.
Tender issuetwo contracts (one addressing law enforcement the other addressing pipeline and energy corridor security) will be placed to support expanded uptake of eo derived information by embedding eo based analytics within the operational information collection and analysis practices of key stakeholders in each target market.
To support the information gathered from primary sources, analysts derived information from reliable secondary sources.
Airbus Defence and Space and ZF Friedrichshafen AG, a system provider for mobility, are collaborating to enrich and complement ZF on-board system to enhance autonomous driving by using Airbus satellite derived information.
First, don't focus on the tools until you've integrated your source data and derived information. Begin by exploring each function in terms of the data that it either has or wants-or, better still, should have-to manage and control its operations, through interviews and supported by research from relevant professional organizations.
The report identified job titles that saw more than 20 percent of postings list "artificial intelligence" or "machine learning" in the description and derived information about salary and location.
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(In contrast, most bridging institutions for the sciences and engineering focus on industry, not government.) If new types of institutions connecting academics to policymaking are to be developed, they should not focus on the translation of research findings (from SBS and otherwise), but rather on developing the absorptive capacity of policy decisionmakers to distinguish scientifically derived information from other sorts of information.
Good management is based on using good information, so the bottom line is to use source information instead of derived information. Source information is the first information about a step in a process.
Conventional wisdom says the data in corporate systems and the derived information represent valuable assets to the enterprise, but for many organizations it has been hard to understand what that actually means on a day-to-day basis--other than the often significant efforts of validating data from multiple sources and of winnowing out redundant reports.
Ultimately, the TSE platoon ensures that any derived information is inserted into the brigade targeting cycle to drive future operations.
No lies, just scientifically derived information that individual academics, several major professional organizations, and abortion providers have done their best to hide and distort in recent years.