improvement factor

improvement factor

[im ′prüv·mənt ‚fak·tər]
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class="MagazineUtilityTextLightspan xml:lang="EN-GBTo get an "improvement factor", we may divide the initial enrolment rank by the final one.
In order to characterize the effect of the adsorption layer on total apparent permeability, the improvement factor of total apparent permeability due to adsorption layer is defined as
Medicine Man Technologies provides cultivation guidance to underperforming businesses in exchange for compensation related to the improvement factor, as well as cost containment for clients.
For example, a one percent annual mortality improvement factor over 20 years produces a decrease in the present value of future claims ranging from 7-10 percent, depending upon issue age.
feels that "Colostrum-LEY' helps the body to do what it needs to do to heal," and after four months of supplementation, he reported an improvement factor of 100%.
Factor two, which accounted for about 19.2% of the variation was named a spike yield improvement factor because it consisted of no.seed/spike, spike yield and no.spikelet/spike which are associated with spike yield.
As a result of this, adaptive scheme using a threshold value which is compared with improvement factor of the cached system obtained on a real time basis is another alternative.
The average estimation accuracy of the interference's DOA is 0.0052 rad and the SIR improvement factor is 51.38 dB.
Five tenders for the supply of (a) copper cables, (b) a 12 kV medium voltage electric switchboard at Borg El Arab booster pump location, (c) other electric switchboards inside a kiosk at El Dekheila booster pump, (d) different capacity medium voltage switchboards, 3 phase 50 cycle complete with all related accessories, also (e) supply and erection of cells for a 11 kV medium voltage distributers, 12 cells with related power improvement factor boards at the power station at Km 40.
The other improvement factor for banks is a 6% increase in customer satisfaction for JPMorgan Chase, than $30 billion," Fornell said.
Built-in Cross Polarization Interference Cancellation (XPIC) with Cross-Polarization Improvement Factor (XPIF) doubles capacity without additional frequency licensing expenditure, offering an opportunity to contain capital expenditure.

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