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|As one might also expect, the subject of politics appeared in popular fiction with |
varying degrees of quantity and intensity. The popularity ... Although quantity is
not an indicator of quality, sometimes popularity and quality coincide. Because
|Improvements in the quality of data products also are required, especially in the |
area of geometric (location/internal ... However, if the MTF curve shapes are
different, the EIFOV may not be a good indicator for intercomparison of sensor
quality. The NASA concept did not gain popularity amongst sensor designers. To
add to ...
D. G. Hessayon - 1990 - 128 pages
|But even with our most popular home-grown favourites which do flourish in our |
climate there is ... Remember that the Class is not an indication of eating quality
a Class I Melon can be unripe and tasteless. Telling when fruit is in peak ...
Mal Leicester, Sohan Modgil - 2005 - 272 pages
|The same quality that makes a work elegant for one person may appear as the |
very quality that prevents elegance in the view ... Moreover, how does the above
view cohere with the belief that such a recognition is not just a coincidence but an
indication of genuinely inherent values? ... A survey may measure the popularity
of a work in a given period, not necessarily its genuine inherent values, if indeed
|The caul of dreams had not yet been removed from reality and magic still seemed |
possible. ... I am always suspicious of things that validate themselves in terms of
popularity mass appeal is seldom an indicator of quality, think of the popular ...
|Perceived quality may not be a key driver in some contexts. In particular, it may |
not be responsive to relevant events. It is this concern that leads to the
consideration of the leadership variable. 4. LEADERSHIP AND POPULARITY
|When the quality versus popularity debate is applied to the choices of the Printz |
committee, it must be remembered that ... Teen appeal has been implicitly, if not
explicitly, excluded from the deliberations by the committee's charge: To select ...
Craig Macdonald, Iadh Ounis, Vassilis Plachouras - 2008 - 719 pages
|Clickthrough data has been the subject of increasing popularity as an implicit |
indicator of user feedback. Previous analysis ... Our results show that click
behaviour does not vary systematically with the quality of search results.
However, click ...
Louis Filler - 1976 - 264 pages
|argue that there is no necessary incompatibility between quality and popularity in |
literature, I would like now to shift away from them toward a work which has not
enjoyed their notoriety, though it has certainly achieved a significant measure of ...
Brent D. Ruben - 1995 - 321 pages
|but ultimately the changes that matter are not terminological, but behavioral, |
structural, managerial, and cultural. ... In popular literature and discourse, the
quality approach is variously envisioned as the solution to problems of