advantage factor

advantage factor

[əd′van·tij ‚fak·tər]
(nucleonics)
The ratio of the radiation dose received in a specified time interval at a position in a nuclear reactor where some enhanced effect is produced, to the radiation dose in the same time interval at a reference position in the reactor.
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The home advantage factor is also one of the major reasons beh i nd BetVictor 's decision to be best about Europe.
Instead of being a home advantage factor, it could be a home disadvantage.
Instead of being a home advantage factor it could be a home disadvantage and that is what we want to create.
Topics include labor productivity and trade as factors of comparative advantage; comparative advantage factor endowments; trade, distribution, and welfare; empirical evidence and new trade theories beyond comparative advantage; tariffs; nontariff barriers; arguments for restricting trade; the political economy of trade policy and borders; growth, immigration, multinational; and development, transition, and trade.
I don't believe that the home-ice advantage factor comes into play a whole lot in Game 7.
The home advantage factor should not be underestimated and is one reason why England are so desperate to win the bidding war for 2018.
Amazingly, Germany remain 8-1 to win the World Cup, a ridiculously short price, even allowing for the home advantage factor.
Pittsburgh are also missing a key run defender in linebacker James Farrior and despite the home advantage factor, the Browns represent the best value on the handicap market.
Based on factor analysis, key factors of CTM practice, key logistics capabilities, and key competitive advantage factors for carriers are identified.
With the score 1-1 in this triangular tournament, several psychological advantage factors can be seized, even though the first day of the Lord's Test will go a long way towards setting a pattern for that first contest and, probably, the next four Tests.