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nonsynchronous

[¦nän′siŋ·krə·nəs]
(electricity)
Not related in phase, frequency, or speed to other quantities in a device or circuit.
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Boudoukh, Richardson and Whitelaw (1994) re-investigate the correlation patterns in stock returns and conclude that a significant amount of the delayed response of small firms is caused by nonsynchronous trading, however, and not an economic transmission of information from the more widely-followed segment of the market.
Scholes, Myron and Joseph Williams, 1977, Estimating Betas from Nonsynchronous Data, Journal of Financial Economics, 5: 309-28.
Estimating Betas from Nonsynchronous Data', Journal of Financial Economics 5 (December): 309-327.
Scholes and Williams (1977) show that the nonsynchronous trading of component securities induces spurious positive serial dependence in measured portfolio or index returns.
11) We use the Scholes and Williams (1977) method to account for nonsynchronous trading, because this is an issue with bank stocks.
As our sample includes many small firms subject to nonsynchronous trading, we adjust our alpha and beta parameters following the Scholes and Williams (1977) procedure when calculating the CARs, Alphas and betas are figured using value-weighted CRSP NASDAQ and CRSP AMEX/NYSE market indices for respective OTC and AMEX/NYSE firms, The estimation period used in calculating alphas and betas consists of days +41 to +240 after the announcement date.
which recently acquired Linear Technology Corporation, announces the LT8711, a multitopology current mode PWM controller that can easily be configured as a synchronous buck, boost, SEPIC and ZETA DC/DC converter, or as a nonsynchronous buck-boost converter.
Theory's transparency offers not just a spatial sense of immanent totality, but also a temporal sense of ultimate synchronicity--theory thus has the power to transpose nonsynchronous time scales back to their proper, universal measure.
As operations become more complex at the granular, local level within a theater of operations, and especially in light of the tight control of rules of engagement inherent in our post-World War II wars of limited aim, how much freedom can a commander be allowed to make these nonsynchronous decisions?
Two lead and lag terms are included in the model in order to allow for nonsynchronous trading that may occur over one or more weeks (Scholes and Williams, 1977; Dimson, 1979).
At the same time, the audience experiences polychrony, Cervantes's marshalling of nonsynchronous temporalities as a creative strategy, deploying multiple temporalities over a wide, varied field of human experiences fictionalized in his novel.