geometric average


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geometric average

[¦jē·ə¦me·trik ′av·rij]
(mathematics)
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Zhang and Liu [115] proposed the weighted arithmetic averaging operator and the weighted geometric average operator to aggregate triangular fuzzy intuitionistic fuzzy information and applied it to the decision making problem.
n), then Geo is called a geometric average for INSs.
However, the ELA adopted in this study is geometric average, not arithmetic average.
Similarly, many other cases such as the probabilistic quadratic weighted geometric average (PQWGA), the probabilistic geometric weighted average (PGWA), the probabilistic geometric weighted quadratic average (PGWQA) could be obtained, and so on.
Kemna and Vorst (1990) proposed an analytic expression for Asian options with geometric average using the partial differential equation (PDE) approach, on this basis, geometric average as control variable employed in the Monte Carlo simulation method (Boyle, 1977) was used to obtain satisfactory result for pricing Asian options with arithmetic average.
Finally the desertification intensity will be a result of geometric average of 9 criteria as follows:
The empirical method used to estimate growth in this case is a simple moving geometric average assuming that distributions grow monthly at the rate of past increases.
Step 1: according to the weighted arithmetic averaging operator or the weighted geometric average operator to integrate all the elements [I.
We use the geometric average on long-term US government bonds for the period 1928 through 2009 of 5.
Using a geometric average will result in a more precise measure of the client's real return when projecting account values to the future.