dynamic factor


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dynamic factor

[dī¦nam·ik ′fak·tər]
(aerospace engineering)
A ratio formed from the load carried by any airplane part when the airplane is accelerating or subjected to abnormal conditions to the load carried in the conditions of normal flight.
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In spite of the fact that they are calculated in different ways, the dynamic and static moduli are related by the dynamic factor, which is determined experimentally.
As for the sectoral contribution to the economic growth target for the FY 2019/20, Al-Saeed explained that all economic sectors contribute positively toward economic growth, noting the activity of the extraction sector, especially natural gas, which is the dynamic factor in growth.
Our new activity index instead uses collapsed dynamic factor analysis techniques (Brauning and Koopman, 2014), which offer a practical compromise between PCA and more recently developed dynamic factor methods that aim to separately make use of both the static and dynamic correlations present in large panels of time series in order to improve prediction.
The most dynamic factor driving the trend towards multipolarity is the dramatic rise of China over the past four decades.
6) the long-term implementation of the dynamic factor [D.sup.LL.sub.max] for CV and WV with the power organization of rotation on the principle of CV, as a rule, not less than 0.8 and for WV with kinematic rotation of not less than 0.7.
He finds that a dynamic factor model estimated prior to the financial crisis does a good job of tracking many important series during the expansion, suggesting there has been no remarkable structural change (these results are very comparable to those coming from a traditional Cowles Foundation model, as reported in Ray Fair's article in the October 2018 issue of Business Economics).
The model's estimate of the dynamic factor for November--normalized to have mean 0 and standard deviation 1 and used to forecast the yet-to-be released monthly GDP source data--increased from 0.24 to 0.70 after the ISM report this morning." The next GDPNow update is Thursday, December 6.
To derive the composite measure, twelve variables across these types are aggregated by means of the dynamic factor model estimated with the aid of the maximum likelihood method for January 2010-September 2016.
Ludvigson and Ng (Journal of Financial Economics, 2007) use the static and dynamic factor method to analyze the empirical risk-return relationship.
'But also one of the most permanent features of human development has been that these boundaries have to keep changing and, generally, expanding in order to incorporate others, who do not have the same ancestry, but who move in due to all sorts of factors and constitute a dynamic factor in improving the cultural, technological, economic and even political levels of the community.
Dynamic factor analysis (DFA) represents N (N = 14) population time series with M (1 [less than or equal to] M [less than or equal to] N) common latent trends (Zuur et al.

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