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Pareto

1. Vilfredo . 1848--1923, Italian sociologist and economist. He anticipated Fascist principles of government in his Mind and Society (1916)
2. denoting a law, mathematical formula, etc., originally used by Pareto to express the frequency distribution of incomes in a society
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Evaluate the calibrated predictor of the performance measures at a finer grid of data points near the predicted Pareto Set (Step 4).
In order to fully comprehend Pareto's meaning the authors also review the original writings by Pareto in Italian (1898).
A direct juxtaposition of X and Z would not help: they are incomparable as well either by Impartiality or Pareto.
The opposite of the formula is equally true since the Pareto Principle was "proven" using statistical analysis with a foundation in economics.
Generally, the term "efficiency" refers to the concept of Pareto optimality.
In the above setup, we analyze investment and premium policies ([alpha], p) [member of] V based on the weak criterion of Pareto optimality.
The quality guru Joseph Juran popularized the Pareto Principle.
For if where we are is, for the moment, Pareto optimal and, absent innovations, all improvements must, ex ante, entail some losers, then we can also do away with .
Country: UKSector: Banking/Financial ServicesTarget: Ocean Equities LtdBuyer: Pareto Securities ASA Type: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
Indeed, recognition of the importance of heterogeneity leads Pareto to introduce statistical equilibrium as a complement to the theoretical equilibrium that results from a balance of economic forces.
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