seasonal factors

seasonal factors

[′sēz·ən·əl ′fak·tərz]
(communications)
Factors that are used to adjust skywave absorption data for seasonal variations; these variations are due primarily to seasonal fluctuations in the heights of the ionospheric layers.
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These two series raise the question of how one might best measure the time variation in the seasonal factors and use this to inform the filter.
Kolkata, Sep 5 (ANI): Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee hoped that the double digit food inflation of 10 percent would come down soon after passing of seasonal factors of commodities.
We expect growth to resume in 2H10, driven by seasonal factors and the gradual recovery of the Russian economy.
The seasonal factors for directly adjusted series are estimated by applying seasonal adjustment techniques directly to historical data for the series.
One source says the current market conditions are being exacerbated by typical seasonal factors.
Refinery glitches and seasonal factors pushed wholesale prices up in February, a trend that eventually reached the retail market.
1% in real terms, or after adjustment for inflation and seasonal factors, the office said.
Seasonal factors were forecast twelve months ahead to October 1993.
First, the quarterly estimates incorporate new seasonal factors for the services industry.
The X12-ARIMA program was used to develop the revisions to the indexes for 2005 through 2008 as well as the 2009 projected seasonal factors for Manufacturing.
In the past, the CES program employed seasonal adjustment methodology that applied forecasted seasonal factors to the employment estimate.
It is adjusted to account for seasonal factors that typically influence home sales.