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weighting

[′wād·iŋ]
(engineering)
The artificial adjustment of measurements to account for factors that, in the normal use of the device, would otherwise be different from conditions during the measurements.
(textiles)
The chemical or mechanical process of adding weight or body to a fabric or yarn, especially silk, by the addition of various materials.
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6 per cent) don't even break into double-digit weightings.
Initially, in the period between November 2013 (Morocco enters the Frontier Market index) and May 2014 (the UAE and Qatar exit), Kuwait's weighting will actually decrease.
The Basel committee said this week that banks had been applying lower risk weightings in order to reduce their capital requirement, leading to the fear among banks that they could be asked to increase their capital.
1-2WEIGHT = {G : G is a graph having a proper weighting from {1,2}} .
In the meantime, MSCI also trimmed Taiwan's weighting by 0.
The Financial Services Agency (FSA) will adopt a domestic rule that banks should apply the ''zero'' risk weighting to their holdings of Japanese government bonds (JGBs) in computing capital-adequacy ratios regardless of ratings assigned to JGBs by credit-rating agencies, FSA officials said Friday.
Among these, term weighting and relevance feedback are of fundamental importance.
The adjustments will slightly change the weightings within the agricultural component only.
With the change in index calculation the weighting will again return to approximately 30%.
Among the 12 sectors that comprise the Russell 3000, the weighting of each will remain relatively consistent after the index is reconstituted.
com Fund Research's database of 1,500 emerging market funds tracking country weightings and fund flows.
In addition, 'Option 1', which assigns risk weightings to banks on the basis of the sovereign rating, is illogical.