Which are the comparative en standards of IS513?
EN standards and NFPA standards do not actually "match". There may be equivalent functions, addressing equivalent needs, but drafted by completely different people according to their own objectives and procedures. There may also be overlap in the cross-referenced standards, where international harmonization has occurred among manufacturers, such as for safety testing and certification of specific types of equipment.
consumers having wider choice of goods and services, companies have wider choice of raw materials which grows the rate of industrialisation, encourages competition cq efficient production cq efficient use of resources, comparative advantage = specialised production, economies of scale due to comparative advantage, increase of living standards.
Peter H. Salus has written: 'The universality of acquisitional phonology' -- subject(s): Comparative and general Grammar, Phonology 'Handbook of Programming Language' 'Natural processes in acquisition, diachrony and dialect' -- subject(s): Comparative and general Grammar, Phonology, Psycholinguistics 'Casting the net' -- subject(s): Internetworking (Telecommunication), Standards, Wide area networks (Computer networks)
Comparative is a term for an adjective, a word that describes a noun. Some examples of adjective comparatives are: good; comparative = better; superlative = best short; comparative = shorter; superlative = shortest happy; comparative = happier; superlative = happiest modern; comparative = more modern; superlative = most modern fragile; comparative = more fragile; superlative = most fragile