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allocate

[′a·lō‚kāt]
(computer science)
To place a portion of a computer memory or a peripheral unit under control of a computer program, through the action of an operator, program instruction, or executive program.
(industrial engineering)
To assign a portion of a resource to an activity.

allocate

To reserve a resource such as memory or storage. See memory allocation.
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As a result, some allocators have taken liberties--everything from quoting CNN on drug regimens to making liberal use of herbal and other nontraditional medicine to reduce the size of allocations.
The units are displayed as graphical items, which can manually be dragged and dropped by the allocator in cases, where the proposed solution requires adjustments.
In addition to the new Portfolio Allocator, investors and their advisors can still choose between the two original investment options -- 1) an Age Based approach that contains six portfolios ranging from aggressive to conservative, with funds automatically shifting into increasingly conservative strategies as the beneficiary grows older, and 2) a Custom Choice option, which allows clients and their financial advisors the ability to mix and match the six portfolios previously mentioned with a wider line up of individual fund portfolio options.
Fund managers in this range occupy a 'sweet spot' for investment allocators, with interest extending as low as $500 million in developed markets and $250 million in emerging markets.
We are extremely pleased to work with AXA Equitable to help develop the Cornerstone Allocator," said Peng Chen, president of Morningstar's global investment management division.
The Virtus Allocator Premium AlphaSector Fund (Class A:VAAAX) and the Virtus Global Premium AlphaSector Fund (Class A:VGPAX) invest in a combination of exchange traded funds (ETFs) and cash equivalents.
Created with financial advisors, consultants, and plan sponsors in mind, Asset Allocator provides a dynamic solution for financial professionals charged with producing forward-looking model portfolios customized for clients with different profiles and risk tolerances,"said Lac Vuong, Chief Product Officer at Informa.
Michael Poisson, Managing Director added, "VisualVaR enables allocators to better understand their existing portfolio, while individual managers will be able to demonstrate their overall improvement to an allocator's portfolio.
Control allocator Julie Williams, 54, from Rhiwbina, Cardiff * She wears: Phase Eight dress, pounds 65, and shoes, pounds 89 She says: "I like the colour and the fit of the dress, but I especially like how it makes me feel.
The topics include a predictable cache-aware memory allocator, interference-aware real-time flow scheduling for wireless sensor networks, minimizing end-to-end delay in thermally constrained distributed systems, partitioned real-time scheduling on heterogeneous shared-memory multiprocessors, the tractability of digraph-based task models, meeting deadlines cheaply, the optimal selection of pre-emption points to minimize pre-emption overhead, and resource-sharing protocols for real-time task graph systems.
The proportion of asset allocators overweight equities has slipped to a net 11 percent from 30 percent in May.
Now the users are core Hedge Fund allocators and institutional owners who are looking to remove all Infrastructure risks leaving only the market risks required.