weight factor

weight factor

[′wāt ‚fak·tər]
(statistical mechanics)
The number of microstates that correspond to a given macrostate.
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Now let's add the gunpowder, but in this case, let's only give it a weight factor of 1.0.
The newly combined company will no longer be eligible for inclusion in the S&P SmallCap 600 as its Investable Weight Factor, which measures the percentage of free float available to the public, is expected to fall well below the 50% eligibility threshold needed for continued inclusion in the index.
In PSO algorithm, the inertia weight factor w is an important parameter that determines the general and the regional search ability.
Weight factor Three of the four previous winners of this race have carried 11st 7lb or more.
(2) To ensure that the trust model makes a decision more scientifically, dynamically, and adaptively, we define a dynamic balance weight factor function which is changed dynamically with the number of communication interactions.
Contrast volume (ml) = Weight Factor (gI/kg) * patient Weight (kg)/Contrast Concentration (mg/ml) * 1000.
We did not observe for MS-1 cocktail any significant differences compared to the control in the analyzed parameters of these organs (total body weight, weight of the organ, weight factor of the organ, and total cell number) besides a 29.4% increase in mean total number of splenocytes (Table 3).
The weight factor. There is strong evidence that being overweight increases the risk of postmenopausal breast cancer.
Accurate energy prediction can be achieved by means of finding the exact weight factor. The proposed light weight energy prediction algorithm is implemented in NS-2.
According to this weight factor table, the request has value 3 is routed to server 192.168.0.1, value 4 to 192.168.0.2, value 2 to 192.168.0.3 and the value 1 is routed to 192.168.0.4.
Considering the weight factor will help you to choose a shelving system with a load capacity that is strong enough to safely store your products.