rate multiplier

rate multiplier

[′rāt ‚məl·tə‚plī·ər]
(computer science)
An integrator in which the quantity to be integrated is held in a register and is added to the number standing in an accumulator in response to pulses which arrive at a constant rate.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Default rate multiplier of 1.25x and recovery rate multiplier of 0.75 and 2x base correlation for Belgium: 'AA+sf'
The next Welsh Government should also follow the example of Scotland and grant small business rate relief to all premises with a rateable value of up to PS18,000, the FSB says, and split the uniform business rate multiplier in Wales so there is a different multiplier for small and large businesses.
At present business rates are not fully devolved to Wales, so the Business Rate Multiplier is higher in Wales than in England or Scotland and lower for large companies.
"On business rates, we would urge Scottish Finance Secretary John Swinney to keep his party's promise and continue to match England's business rate multiplier."
INVESTORS in Yorkshire have been dealt a double blow following the Government's decision to increase the business rate multiplier - and scrap empty rate exemptions for owners of small business units from next year.
Instead, the Small Business Rate Multiplier will automatically apply to eligible firms and, the government says, "councils will be free to administer SBRR in a way that best serves local businesses and local needs".
So far as duty drawback to zero rate multiplier effects of the incidence of taxes, levies is concerned, APTMA has urged the government to allow duty drawback on yarn at the rate of 3 to 5 % and greige fabric @ 4.5% of the turn over value and to the downstream sector on cascading basis.
"By being based on September's unusually high inflation, the business rate multiplier will be well in excess of the expected level of inflation for 2009 and beyond.
First, a cut in the uniform business rate multiplier for 2009 and 2010.
The Uniform Business Rate multiplier for the new Rating List will be 41.5p in the pound.
For these obligors Fitch applies a minimum one-year PD of at least 1.0%, a correlation uplift of 50% and a recovery rate multiplier of 0.5, in line with criteria.