Abbreviations (1/2) - Grouped by first letter "q"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "q": Quadrangle, Quadruple-entry bookkeeping, Qualification, ...

A rectangular area that is bounded by pairs of meridians and parallels.
The simultaneous application of both the vertical and horizontal double-entry bookkeeping results in a quadruple-entry bookkeeping, which is the accounting ...

The official confirmation, usually in the form of a document certifying the successful completion of an educational programme or of a stage of a programme. ...
A breakdown of personnel qualification levels is often undertaken in the field of labour statistics. Such a breakdown could also be used in business ...
See: Waiting period
The data collected in business tendency and consumer opinion surveys are termed "qualitative" because respondents are required to assign qualities to the ...

Error arising from ignorance or forgetfulness of the facts, refusal to reply to a question, failure to understand a question or failure of an interviewer to ...
Survey in which the units involved are asked for their opinion on a specific economic question. The answer is usually chosen from a set of pre-specified ...
ISO standard 9000:2000 states that quality is the "degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfills requirements". Therefore the quality of ...
Delivering a public service with a set of characteristics/features that meet or satisfy, in a sustainable way: - the specifications/requirements (law, ...
The process - or the result of the process - of estimating what the market price of a replacement product would be if it had the characteristics of the ...
The part of quality assurance that focuses on assessment of fulfilling quality requirements (need or expectation that is stated, generally implied or ...
Part of quality management focused on providing confidence that quality requirements will be fulfilled.
A systematic, independent and documented process for obtaining quality audit evidence (records, statements of fact or other information, which are relevant ...
A change in the (quality determining) characteristics of a good or service. In the case of a residential property this includes both depreciation of the ...
Structured employee involvement groups operating in designated work areas that meet regularly to identify work related problems and to suggest solutions or ...
Part of quality management focused on fulfilling quality requirements.
The quality control survey is a replicated survey which is carried out on a small scale by very experienced staff in order to obtain some "zero-default" ...
Difference in the various dimensions of data quality promulgated by international organisations and national agencies.
A management system to direct and control an organisation with regard to quality - ranging from generally applicable, basic quality management systems and ...
Quality improvement refers to anything that enhances an organization's ability to meet quality requirements. Quality improvement is one part of quality ...
A one-dimension synthetic information on quality, possibly calculated as a weighted mean of all available quality indicators.
Variable that represents the quality of data or process.
Systems and frameworks in place within an organisation to manage the quality of statistical products and processes.
Overall evaluation of data quality, based on standard quality criteria.
Guidelines focusing on quality in general and dealing with quality of statistical programmes, including measures for ensuring the efficient use of ...
Documentation on procedures applied for quality management and quality assessment.
A set of coordinated activities to direct and control an organisation in order to continually improve the effectiveness and efficiency of its performance.
A manual documenting an organization's quality management system (QMS). It can be a paper manual or an electronic manual.
A quality objective is a quality oriented goal. A quality objective is something you aim for or try to achieve.
This element of a vital event report refers to its effectiveness as the preferred legal proof of the fact that the event occurred, and to the accuracy and ...
The quality of life is determined by the long-term availability in sufficient quantity and of adequate quality of resources such as water, air, land and ...
A document used to specify the procedures and resources that will be needed to carry out a project, perform a process, realize a product, or manage a ...
Quality planning involves setting quality objectives and then specifying the operational processes and resources that will be needed to achieve those ...
A document defining the top management's commitment to quality. A quality policy statement should describe an organization's general quality orientation and ...
The quality profile is a user-oriented summary of the main quality features of indicators.
A document conveying information about the quality of a statistical product or process.
Data expressing a certain quantity, amount or range.
A ceiling on the amount of insurance or credit that an export credit agency will provide under certain circumstances. Limits can apply to individual buyers ...
See "Direct volume comparison"
A measure reflecting the average of the proportionate changes in the quantities of a specified set of goods and services between two periods of time. ...
The quantity of the goods can be expressed in two ways: a. as net mass, i.e. the actual mass of the goods excluding all packaging; or
b. in supplementary ...
The weight recorded for goods is their net weight.
Period, whose volumes appear in the denominators of the volume relatives used to calculate the index.
A quantity relative is the ratio of the quantity of a specific product in one period to the quantity of the same product in some other period. A very ...
The similarity of the structure of quantities between any pair of countries is measured by the correlation coefficient that is obtained by regressing the ...
Approach to obtain the combined value of land and structures on the land based on information on quantity (i.e. number of dwellings) and the real estate ...
A term sometimes used to describe the quantities in the basket. However, expenditures rather than quantities act as weights for price relatives.
Principle meaning that no maximum numerical level is specified and substances shall be used in accordance with good manufacturing practice, at a level not ...
The inter-country validation procedure used by Eurostat and the OECD to edit the average survey prices reported by participating countries for a basic ...

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