factor group

factor group

[′fak·tər ‚grüp]
(mathematics)
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Experts from RZD also chair UIC working groups with a global dimension: the Global Group of Experts on International Transport Corridors, the Human Factor Group in the UIC Security Platform, and the Cyber Security Group as part of the UIC COLPOFER Group.
The boy band shot to fame on The X Factor in 2012, where they got to the semi-final stage before being eliminated, and are now enjoying building success to rival fellow The X Factor group One Direction.
I knew it was going to be a special TV experience the minute J-Lo, Pitbull and the other one bombed at the opening ceremony like an X Factor group number.
The first step in AHP is to develop a hierarchical structure to define a single pre-defined goal and potential factors supporting each factor group.
I'm talking about that bloody X Factor group song every Sunday night.
Well, the 2008 X Factor group are still around while many others from the show have long since bitten the dust.
the long-term risk for cardiovascular disease within each risk factor group has remained similar.
Summary: X Factor group Times Red talk wild cards, rejection and supergroups.
The number of factor groups required to represent that data set was determined by examining the total percentage of variance explained by each factor group (Chan et al.
Former X Factor group Diva Fever performed on the night after being approached by 16-year-old Jessica, of Cramlington in Northumberland, on Twitter.
The X Factor group, who were put together and mentored by Simon Cowell on the UK version of the hit TV show in 2010, were signed to Cowell's label Syco Music in 2011 in partnership with Columbia Records in the US.