gap factor

gap factor

[′gap ‚fak·tər]
(electronics)
Ratio of the maximum energy gained in volts to the maximum gap voltage in a tube employing electron accelerating gaps, that is, a traveling-wave tube.
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Surprisingly, the world output gap factor even significantly explains the world factor in cyclically adjusted surplus measures, which indicates that OECD cyclical adjustments do not remove all business cycle variation in such measures.
In the bivariate regressions, the output gap factor is positive and significant at the 1 percent level for all four fiscal measures, presumably through the familiar taxing and spending channels.
As noted in the section "Estimation Results for Predetermined Variables," the unexpected inflation factor is positively correlated with the output gap factor, so the significantly positive coefficients on the unexpected inflation factor likely capture similar business cycle effects.
The significance of the output gap factor confirms that the cyclical adjustments do not completely capture international business cycle effects.
This was revealed in a two-way interaction between feature identification and the gap versus no gap factor which was only apparent when the saccade was in the same direction as the previous saccade.
The four-week gap factor Is an extra week of rest really likely to make it appreciably easier for more runners to back up strong festival performances on Merseyside next week?
A dealer at a major Japanese bank said the dollar buying trend on the rate gap factor remains in tact.
Unfortunately, the experience this particular graduate student relayed to me is more common that not, and it supports Boykin and Noguera's findings related to achievement gap factors.