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dynamic factor

[dī¦nam·ik ′fak·tər]
(aerospace engineering)
A ratio formed from the load carried by any airplane part when the airplane is accelerating or subjected to abnormal conditions to the load carried in the conditions of normal flight.
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Emphasising the fact that apps have become a dynamic factor in marketing and business strategies, Expo Centre Sharjah offered its visitors a chance to win an iPhone 6S by downloading the mobile app and registering themselves.
We begin our analysis by estimating a dynamic factor model to identify the latent world factor underlying fiscal surpluses in 18 industrialized countries for 1980-2013.
Their method of collapsed dynamic factor (CDF) analysis4 offers several advantages over the CFNAI's traditional methodology--principal components analysis (PCA)--when it comes to estimating the index: first, through its incorporation of the dynamic properties of the time series for the index (which PCA cannot exploit) and, second, by further disentangling common drivers of the variation in the underlying data series from idiosyncratic ones.
What does not come across is the importance of the case manager role as itself a dynamic factor in the change process--it is written as if the relationship with the case manager is merely a route to delivering the 'interventions' that are thought to be the drivers of change.
Consistent Factor Estimation in Dynamic Factor Models with Structural Instability.
A cautionary note to these investments is that the empty rates issue is an additional dynamic factor into the decision.
It focuses on how a developing country like Pakistan can utilise its growing population as a dynamic factor in economic growth.
Immigration is a very positive, dynamic factor for change," said Marie Therese McGivern, director of Development at Belfast City Council in the United Kingdom.
Insofar as these and other critics share a rationale for rejecting or delimiting natural law, it would appear to be their concern to maintain a dynamic factor in theological ethics.
First, the sign for the dynamic factor and the sign of the [[gamma].
The fifth section, Models for Latent Variables, includes chapters on determining the number of factors in exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis; experimental, quasi-experimental, and nonexperimental design and analysis with latent variables; dynamic factor analysis; and latent variable growth mixture modeling for longitudinal data.

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