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trinomial

[trī′nō·mē·əl]
(mathematics)
A polynomial comprising three terms.
(systematics)
A nomenclatural designation for an organism composed of three terms: genus, species, and subspecies or variety.
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We note that in practical applications one would rather use a PDE solver instead of the trinomial tree because of its superior convergence properties (Randall and Tavella 2000).
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It starts with a single base state S0 at time 0, leading to a set of three states at time 1, [S.sub.1], [S.sub.2], [S.sub.3], corresponding to the three possible outcomes ("up," "middle," and "down") per the EP--T trinomial approximation of the first uncertainty.
Chi-square goodness of fit test of deviation from Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium (HWE) was employed using trinomial equation.15 Mean difference of 25(OH)D with respect toGc genotypes and Gc diplotypes in the patients and controls were compared using two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA).
The theme points toward the complex matter of literary creation, based on three narrative agents, another trinomial sequence which governs the writing.
This geographically widespread species is further divided in 27 currently recognized trinomial designations (Uphyrkina et al., 2001) though the subspecies taxonomic classification is controversial (Miththapala et al., 1996).
The transition from Ordo theory to that of the SME is described by Forte, who resorts to the trinomial of Freiburg-Frankfurt-Cologne, in practice Walter Eucken, Ludwig Ehrard, Wilhelm Ropke, and Alfred Muller-Armack.
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Subsequently, he extended Babbs method on the basis of Black-Scholes model to construct a trinomial tree method for evaluating the lookback options under the CEV model, as was translated into Chinese by He (2001).
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