Attribution

Identifier of a coin such as date, mint, or denomination.
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attribution

The identification of a numismatic item by characteristics such as issuing authority, date or period, Mint, denomination, metal in which struck, and by a standard reference.
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attribution

[n] - assigning to a cause or source
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Attribution

Ascribing a work to a particular artist or school
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Attribution

At`tri·bu'tion noun [ Latin attributio : confer French attribution .] 1. The act of attributing or ascribing, as a quality, character, or function, to a thing or person, an effect to a cause. 2. That which is ascribed or attributed.
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attribution

ascription noun assigning to a cause or source; `the attribution of lighting to an expression of God`s wrath`; `he questioned the attribution of the painting to Picasso`
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Attribution

[copyright] Attribution in copyright law, is acknowledgement as credit the author of a work which is used or appears in another work. The most fundamental form of attribution is the statement of the copyright holder`s identity, often in the form Copyright (C) author`s-name. The preservation of such a notice is invariably required until and ...
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Attribution

• (n.) The act of attributing or ascribing, as a quality, character, or function, to a thing or person, an effect to a cause. • (n.) That which is ascribed or attributed.
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Attribution

[psychology] In social psychology, attribution is the process by which individuals explain the causes of behavior and events. Attribution theory is the study of various models that attempt to explain those processes. Psychological research into attribution began with the work of Fritz Heider in the early part of the 20th century, subsequent...
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Attribution

Identifier of a coin such as date, mint, denomination, or variety.
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Attribution

The process by which people use information to make inferences about the causes of behavior or events.
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Attribution

[marketing] Attribution is the process of identifying a set of user actions (`events”) that contribute in some manner to a desired outcome, and then assigning a value to each of these events. Marketing attribution provides a level of understanding of what combination of events influence individuals to engage in a desired behavior, typical...
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attribution

assigning to a cause or source
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