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rate

1. 
a. a price or charge with reference to a standard or scale
b. (as modifier): a rate card
2. a charge made per unit for a commodity, service, etc.
3. a wage calculated against a unit of time
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rate

[rāt]
(science and technology)
The amount of change of some quantity during a time interval divided by the length of the time interval.
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The attack rate mainly affects to the detection rate of all algorithms.
Cases of meningitis and weekly attack rate, Paoua Subprefecture, Central African Republic, 2016-2017.
Compared with a once quarterly dose regimen, monthly dosing led to consistent and sustained lowering of ALA and PBG of greater than 80%, relative to baseline, mean reductions in annualized attack rate of 83%, and annualized hemin use of 88%, relative to placebo.
That strain only reduces the risk by about 30 percent with the vaccine and our experience in the northern hemisphere tends to be what the experience in the southern hemisphere was like during their winter, and they had a higher attack rate.
Figures 4(a)-4(f) present the epidemic behaviors where infected routers are labelled yellow and the infection time and attack rate are displayed on the top left.
BSI attack rate was seen above the average rate in the months of January, March, April, June, July and December.
The ThreatMetrix report disclosed, "This proliferation of login transactions allows financial institutions to build a more complete picture of their transacting users, developing trust over time, hence the low attack rates." The report warned, while account logins attack rates look low, organizations are less likely to block suspicious transactions outright, subjecting them instead to further review.
Thus, according to HDE, the attack rate was highest at 20 and 25 [degrees]C and the handling time shortest at 20[degrees]C.
The researchers used standard statistical methods to compare the new heart attack rate (incidence *) in people with versus without HIV.
DX-2930 demonstrated statistically significant reductions in attack rate compared to placebo in a pre-specified proof-of-concept efficacy analysis.
Handling time was low and the attack rate and efficiency of attack was high in laboratory as compared to mesocosm.