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conversion rate

[kən′vər·zhən ‚rāt]
(computer science)
The number of complete conversions an analog-to-digital converter can perform per unit time, usually specified in cycles (or conversions) per second.

conversion rate

The percentage of visitors on a website that sign up for a service or make a purchase. See click-through rate.
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Currently, the conversion rate for the Notes is 61.
The net effect of these extraneous counts is that prospect traffic is overstated and conversion rate is understated.
The average conversion rate among Collaborative hospitals did not differ from the average conversion rate among the control hospitals (p = .
Additionally, the high conversion rate (two of five) in those who reported consistent mask use when caring for active TB cases may suggest overreporting of mask use, poor adjustment of the mask, contact with unsuspected active cases (9), or contact with a contaminated environment.
Goalie"), and GM Financial, whereby GM Financial is the surviving corporation of the Merger with Goalie and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Holdings and a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of General Motors, the conversion rates of the Notes have been adjusted.
Finally, the company said that a notice of the conversion rate adjustment was delivered to holders of the same and Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company NA, as trustee, as per the terms of the supplemental indenture governing them.
Pensions stable despite falling interest and conversion rates
The dramatic rise in PPD conversion rates in hospitals with outbreaks may result as much from nonspecific boosting as from true nosocomial transmission and acquisition of M.
25% series B cumulative convertible preferred stock, the conversion rate will increase to 4.
Effective immediately after the close of business on March 31, 2017, the new conversion rate for the Notes will be 100.
1 Conversion rates are a critical success factor for online retailers since any change upwards or downwards in these rates has an immediate and dramatic impact on their revenue.
In 2006, EasyAsk customers had on average at least a 33 percent better conversion rate than their competitors.