mismatch


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mismatch

[′mis‚mach]
(electricity)
The condition in which the impedance of a source does not match or equal the impedance of the connected load or transmission line.
(metallurgy)
Failure to match forged surfaces formed in opposite dies.
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Equations 3 and 4 estimate the determinants of qualification mismatch using the WSA and JA measure, respectively.
Job mismatch has three dimensions; qualification-job mismatch, skill mismatch and field of study and job mismatch [Farooq (2011)].
b) At any time we non deterministically guess the symbol in the first part of the input string (w) that is going to mismatch a subsequent symbol in the second part of the string ([w.
In the previous experiments, we tested the effect of mismatches on the amplification reaction for fixed amounts of input DNA (10 000 molecules per reaction); however, because input concentration varies between reactions, samples, and experiments, its impact on the mismatch effect must be determined.
Other FCY mismatch index = Other FCY liabilities - (Other FCY assets - Other FCY loans to resident households and nonfinancial corporations)/Total assets
Such a mismatch arises because financial assets will be accounted for at fair value--they will be marked to market value for every reporting period--as outlined in IAS 32.
Impedance mismatch is a term borrowed from electrical engineering but in the software world it refers to the inherent difference between the relational and object data models.
There is a mismatch between the skills and attributes that employers say they need and that unemployed people have to offer.
An equalizer with a smooth response will not completely remove the extra distortion in the pulse caused by impedance mismatch, which will lead to higher residual ISI.
It's a mismatch between the person and the work environment," she says.
In turn, the mismatch will create poor signal quality that does not meet the SCSI signaling requirements.
The IRS argued that the cash method did not clearly reflect the corporation's income because it resulted in a mismatch of income and deductions.