relative gain

relative gain

[′rel·əd·iv ¦gān]
(electromagnetism)
The gain of an antenna in a given direction when the reference antenna is a half-wave, loss-free dipole isolated in space whose equatorial plane contains the given direction.
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CHANGING geo-economic and geo-strategic phenomenon in international arena assures that states are always in evolutionary process and ponder over new avenues to obtain relative gain in competitive world.
According to Figure 4, the students in the trial class had a greater relative gain in the writing dimension while the control class experienced greater gains in numeracy and reading.
Using the approach in [8], the relative gain of the MS to MD link is [G.
Correlations of gains across subscales revealed that though classrooms that tended to make more relative gain on one subtest also tended to make relatively more gain on other subtests, the strength of the correlations did not suggest that classrooms making the most gains always made the most gains regardless of subject matter.
For a child with a math disability, what is the relative gain of a summer spent with a math tutor instead of friends?
Based on the AfDC mandate and relative gain as catalytic investor, knowledge broker and partner, could power its current support for regional integration and trade, and financial sector development in addition to its actions in the sector departments.
The relative gain from improving the information available to all parents would surely bring a benefit in the future.
With reference to North Yorkshire Police Chief Constable Grahame Maxwell (pictured), who has received a final written warning after admitting using his position to help a relative gain unfair advantage in a police recruitment drive.
Prediction parameters included sensitivity, specificity, positive and negative predictive value, and metrics to evaluate gain in prediction, including absolute gain (AG), relative gain (RG), and percent of possible gain (PPG).
A British citizen could pay pounds 1,000 to help a relative gain a visa to stay for a period.
When testing a low-pass filter, generally you have to use an arbitrary waveform generator (Arb) to create test tones to pass through the filter to measure the relative gain or attenuation of each tone to find the cutoff frequency of the filter.
9) Even if the resulting standard were applied equally to Bush and Gore votes (which I presume to be true), this partisan choice of standards would--for reasons that I explain--unconstitutionally restrict Bush voters' freedom of association by intentionally providing Gore with a relative gain.