equitability


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equitability

(ˌɛkwɪtəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
another word for equitableness
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Cities are evaluated across 14 key metrics, including energy, water, waste, transportation, education, health, safety and equitability.
The Local Government Code of 1991, moreover, can be amended and improved to further decentralize power, to allocate resources more fairly and distribute wealth more equitability without having to amend the Constitution.
But in practice, particularly in the Gulf, there's clearly room for improvement and more equitability, especially in the grey areas on the fringes of franchise agreements.
Therefore, this study proposes an automatic analysis method to measure the level of groups' knowledge elaboration in terms of three indicators: coverage, activation, and equitability.
Jon Ashworth, MDiv, MA, LPC, I/ECMH-C, the health equity coordinator for the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center-Lake County, speaking on "Walking in Nature, The Story of an Equitability Expanding Initiative in Lake County";
It also calls for the formation of expert monitoring teams per specific area of engagement at various mining sites to assess the actual taxation on what is being exploited while reviewing the concession agreements to guarantee the equitability of these concession agreements for revenue sharing as well as scrapping of the APM Terminal Agreement, returning Liberia to its actual FREEPORT status in West Africa and creating major transshipment and low cost commodities opportunities.
Usually, the government only considers the clear economic or social benefit of a proposal, but its ethical impact in terms of equitability, inclusiveness and the immeasurable costs to the lives of people is often left to academicians to discuss.
Equitability varied between 0 and 1 and is considered high if the values are above 0.
In this article, the following hypotheses are being tested: (i) ANN is suitable to estimate the Shannon Index and Pielou Equitability Index and (ii) ANN can provide biologically accurate and realistic estimates for the Shannon Index and Pielou Equitability Index.
The structural ecological indices used to derive the results from this work are the ShannonWeaver H 'diversity index and the E equitability index.
Temporal variation in diversity and species turnover: We compared the temporal variation in species diversity using two-way ANOVA (corrected for multiple comparisons using the Bonferroni approach), where season and trail were the predictor variables, and species richness, number of observations, Shannon index of diversity, dominance and equitability were the response variables.