A Generalized Measurement Model to Quantify Health: The Multiattribute Preference Response Model

Krabbe, P., 3-Nov-2015, Handbook of Measurements: Benchmarks for Systems Accuracy and Precision. Badiru, A. & Racz, L. (eds.). Boca Raton: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, p. 239 260 p.

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It is well understood that humans cannot manage anything that cannot be measured. All elements involved in our day-to-day decision making involve some form of measurement, whether in the kitchen, retail, sports, service operations, geographical exploration, health care delivery, worker productivity, clothing design, engineering product design, or space craft launching. Measuring an attribute of a system and then analyzing it against some standard, some specification, some best practice, or some benchmark empower a decision maker to take appropriate and timely actions. This book gives you a guide for sustainable practices to ensure accurate measurements, helping you make decisions backed by metrics
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Measurements: Benchmarks for Systems Accuracy and Precision
EditorsAdedeji Badiru, LeeAnn Racz
Place of PublicationBoca Raton
PublisherCRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group
Number of pages260
ISBN (Print)ISBN 9781482225228
Publication statusPublished - 3-Nov-2015

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